Cafeteria Nipponica is like a slow cooker. It takes some time to get things going but within due time the end result is somewhat satisfying, if you have the patience.
Category: Switch Reviews
Time to put the sniper rifle down and pick up a paintbrush and release the inner creative in Passpartout: The Starving Artist.
Time to prepare the deck for a game of pinball in Pirates Pinball. But will you stick with it or opt for the mutiny and play something else?
Baron Widebeard has a plan to steal William Bloodbeard's treasure using birds, but the latter's apprentice, Nelly Cootalot, aims to stand in his way...
While cute and fun in small doses, there’s a key element missing to this game to prevent long term investment: mainly, single player incentive.
The Shrouded Isle is unnerving, anxiety inducing, overly wrought with system management and decision making, all while being a solid town management game.
Pine is an ambitious title that could herald great things, but in its current state, falls far too short.
Cube Creator X offers a world of limitless possibilities and easily rivals the big kid of the block, Minecraft.
Pale is an accurate description of the protagonist and the general flavor of this game overall.
With tales to tell and characters to meet, this journey into a fictionalized America’s past is utterly brilliant in presentation and execution.