Stranded Sails - Explorers of the Cursed Islands is, in my own personal opinion, THE game of the year for the Nintendo Switch.
Reventure reminds us that even the best meaning heroes can actually be way off base, and the results are chaotic, hilarious and, above all, fun to experience.
A delightful little adventure, Yu-No is back in an 8-bit scroller that has a surprising amount of depth, replay, and genuinely interesting gameplay at work.
With 17 years on its back, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast has aged rather significantly, but even with all its relics of the past in hand, it still holds up rather gracefully.
Little Town Hero is easily one of the most charming and playable games to have come to the Switch this year.
AeternoBlade II mixes up a variety of combat styles, camera views and gameplay elements in this satisfying hack-and-slash, metroidvania platformer.
A confusing and verbose game, YU-NO still can spellbind the right player, and it’s a fascinating piece that shows how one game can turn a genre on its head.
Descend into the depths of playability with Sublevel Zero Redux.
A beautiful ground-up remake of one of the best games of all time.
Pocket Stables leaps from the paddocks with it accessible play style, but fails to pip the post along the final furlong.