A welcome return to form with George and Nico in this latest instalment of the Broken Sword series of games.
Category: Switch Reviews
The city-builder makes a surprise skyline towards the Nintendo Switch, boasting a level of depth that is as deep as any of its foundations.
Run, jump, grind and free-run through the neon lit streets of Hover City in a game that eventually shines brightly with patience and agility.
When Defunct gets things right, it does so with such gusto, that it simply excites and is genuinely fun. However, when it all goes wrong, it does so horribly.
A pretty solid pinball table, EnjoyUp seems to have the formula for a good game totally under wraps.
This enchanting tale of worlds apart that come together is still a modern masterpiece, though repeat players will find little incentive on the Nintendo Switch.
Sometimes we just want to hold onto the good memories for a moment longer.
Monkey King captures the real meaning of retro shooters, including all the difficulties and caveats that came therein.
Quite possibly the best game out there to see what happens when physics, fire and crumbling foundations all meet up for one unlucky sheep at the same time.
Coming home to rural Oregon is never easy, but having an empty house makes it a tad harder. Thankfully, there aren't real ghosts here: just spirits of sadness.