Wanderjahr translates to Wander Year. Will this game have you playing for three hundred and sixty five days, or will it simply make you wander off?
Category: Switch Reviews
Johnny Turbo returns from the mascot graveyard to bring a true arcade classic to the Switch, and it's a retro experience that's sure to delight any fan of isometric action RPGs.
The bad boy hero of gamebooks has staked his claim on the Nintendo Switch and, for the readers and tabletop enthusiasts, it's a match made in indie heaven.
Aperion Cyberstorm doesn't bring a ton of new, experimental ideas to the dinner table, but there's plenty here to feast upon that's familiar, enjoyable and satisfyingly filling.
In space no one can hear you scream - at your Switch
Moving forward, not backwards, upward, not forward, and twirling, always twirling, until you get sick and need to turn off the game immediately.
Breaking the bounds and shackles of man's programming laws, Arid returns to find her freedom and discover who has wronged her in this compelling sequel to the 2014 indie hit.
Monster Energy Supercross, is an excellent representation of the sport. But unfortunately, it is still a long way away from the excellence of the modern AAA titles.
WWE 2K18 for the Nintendo Switch. Is it a right royal rumble or is it simply a game that ends up against the ropes?
Who here remembers Snake? A game that was abundant in the nineties and usually found pre-installed on old Nokia mobile phones.