Elena Temple returns for two FULL new temples, tons of technical tweaks and improvements, and some challenging, satisfying achievements to target.
Category: Switch Reviews
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?
A straightforward platformer from a 8-bit era.
FoxyLand tries to provide a classic 2D platforming experience but comes up short in this bitesize title for the Nintendo Switch.
If you are a fan of Square RPGs then I would recommend buying and playing Oninaki once simply to enjoy the story and remind yourself that ultimately Square Enix are masters of the storytelling craft and marvel at the graphical delights.
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.
A bowling game that will make you feel like a pro on the tour, grab your ball and strike your way to victory.
Oddball mechanics and bizarre storyline should make this game a mess and a chore, but, instead, it's honestly a light, fun and breezy romp back to front.