High five, fist bump or a wave goodbye? The Invisible Fist and capitalism isn't usually a subject covered on the Switch, but, here we are...
Author: Justin McKay
Leading the way for all overweight adventurers, Sir Eatsalot is a charming adventure, letdown by the touchscreen and slow pace (no doubt from his conditioning).
Had too much to drink? Why not finish up with a good old fashioned punch-up in Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters. The definition of losing control.
A sadistic Wall-E like vacuum cleaner that doesn't suck. Not because it's faulty, but it's the kind of device you can rely on. It's just a shame that it's so short.
Look around at your things: do they bring you joy? Electronic Super Joy does. If you're a masochist and like dying a lot. But it's got a good beat...
One for the Japanese sports car fan of yesteryear, JDM Racing offers some good base models and handling, but is it any good?
Classic brain training exercises with Dr Kawashima. If you've played the DS titles, you'll know what to expect but also have two-player options too.
Little Racer had the potential to be a fun little racer, but in reality, was a little too frustrating to play. Maybe stick to the Scalextric for now.
There's no time for beans and redemption. Pick up your six-shooter and blast away those desperado's the best you can with your joy-con.
Leave all the other chumps in the dirt and get your trusty Fjord at the top of the driving championship.