The matriarch of the visual novel world has come to the Switch, and allows a new generation to see if they, too, can get dehydrated from crying too much.
The original Borderlands was released on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 way back in 2009. Now, almost 10 years later, the famous looter-shooter that stole our hearts is back. But is it as good as what we remember?
An aerial combat game that soars with its presentation, mechanics and gameplay.
It's no secret that this air war holds no conflict in its satisfying combat and flight mechanics.
A perfect example of local multiplayer, mad-cap mayhem.
Fourteen mutants doomed to die, one alone shall sit on the Nuclear Throne.
Swords and Soldiers's fun gameplay make it easy to recommend for those who want a local multiplayer experience and fans wanting a unique take on the RTS genre.
A must have for anyone who is a fan of the Side Scrolling Shoot 'Em Up.
Better combat, proper time usage, a less annoying protagonist; Atelier Totori checks all the boxes needed to make the second game vastly better than the first.
Incredibly cute and endearing, Atelier Rorona uses some great character development and visual novel tricks to help distract from the stressful time mechanic.