Yep, it’s solitaire, and it solitaires well enough, but there is just nothing to really excite or surprise me in this traditional card game port.
Author: Elliott Osange
Take equal parts fear of the real world and fear of the digital frontier, mix well, add a dash of Vocaloid and top liberally with combat and relationships.
Another roguelite from Nicalis has consumed my life, and I couldn't be happier.
This Complete Edition is the clear winner for new luchadors, offering cosmetic upgrades and a truly challenging bonus world with tantalizing rewards.
While a bit cumbersome in physical handling, Rotating Brave does an excellent job of bringing a good mobile title to the Switch and being exciting to boot.
Whether returning to The Land or experiencing it for the first time, this classic indie adventure finally awakens on the Switch for players old and new.
Simply put, one of the most bizarre, unsettling, and fascinating titles that I’ve ever played on the Switch.
The Nintendo Switch can never have too many tales of revenge and murder, and Aragami is an excellent example of good techniques put into solid practice.
A short, somewhat sweet shooter that delivers on graphics and ideology, but not so much on replay or excitement.
A gorgeous, captivating fighting game that was an unbelievable nightmare to figure out how to play.