The only game in the world where I wish they would make another Amiibo so I could specifically have a Captain Toad on my shelf.
Author: Elliott Osange
As the Switch continues to be the new battleground for Japan fandom games, Fate/EXTELLA LINK gives Type-Moon musou worshipers a new jewel in their collection.
The free game that came with the purchase of a Gameboy is now the hottest online showndown, and I'm totally okay with that.
The legendary marriage of gameplay, design and soundtrack comes to the Switch, the first console port every for this amazing indie adventure.
Being able to take everything that was cool about the 80s buddy cop movies/cop dramas and boil it into a successful simulation/action game is no small feat.
I liked it, I never loved it, I hated some moments and the end result was...just okay.
If you own a switch and can operate two joysticks, you need this game in your library.
After the first five minutes of play, you realize that even backwards, puzzle based boss battles doesn’t make for much replay or excitement.
Yes, there's a dog; yes, he's a good boy; no, it doesn't make the game any better.
A surprisingly interesting story that's totally ruined by an unlikable narrator and sheer, unapologetic verbosity.