Don't be fooled, the End is already here and it's ready to take you straight down, screaming, into Hell.
Author: Elliott Osange
A more than decent water racer with the only drawback coming in the form of multiplayer controls should you be short on controllers.
A passable matching game that gains points for concept but loses a lot for sloppy porting and generally grind-filled play time.
An interesting little horizontal shooter whose odd controls will raise some eyebrows but keep you entertained, not distracted.
A world eclipsed by dying Titans, a young man bound to an impossibly dangerous weapon, and the very future of life itself hangs in the balance.
A pioneer of modern storytelling finally makes dock on the Nintendo Switch.
The boys are back in town, and they've ditched the 3D in favor of classic, perfected destruction.
A decent little crafting RPG with some great moments and elements, but it may feel too familiar for longtime crafting enthusiasts.
A true delight in the world of platforming, Poi shows how achieving your dreams can elevate your potential even further.
The bright lights still glitter through the dark smoke, but don't forget for a moment that even the devil can wear a beautiful smile.