While players might be fooled by the graphics and engine, Angels of Death has all the makings of a lasting horror game that's sure to sit screaming in your mind long afterwards.
Category: Switch Reviews
A unique tactical, role playing game with turn-based combat and stat enhancing headwear, yet one that can't swim away from a couple of flaws and repetition in its gameplay.
Playdead's classic platformer breaks free from its limbo, as it brings it's dark and twisted tale to the Nintendo Switch.
A Technical Masterpiece
An intriguing puzzle game, containing fun physics and goofy plans in your quest to kill off the bad guy.
It's the end of a journey, as the trilogy of adventures with Bwana, Kito and Lina, closes down to a thrilling end.
Nothing quite like being stuck on a stack of explosives from your own posterior to let you know when you really clucked up.
Dig deep and you'll dust-off an enjoyable game. However, its real treasure shines in its co-op capability.
Bwano, Kito and Lina return in the second of their point-and-click adventures. Whilst still retaining its totally tropical taste, this journey down contains a much darker and seedier setting.
While Crude is certainly debatable, this throwback title is certainly effective in reminding us the highs and lows of what was arcade gaming in the 90s.