Sushi should not be a dish served tepid, and yet that is how things have been delivered in this Switch exclusive.
A lot of potential.
If you are into heavily stylized games with a few interesting gameplay ideas that do hit the mark – play this game, it is a feeling that not many games can make you feel.
While the concept is a perfect execution, GRIDD also manages to capture one of the fallacies of yesteryear's arcades: how brief the gameplay could be.
Easily one of the most memorable and unique rhythm experiences I've had on the Switch, and the simple title totally belies the intense action within.
Illusion, is a largely disappointing adventure game, which despite of its brightly shinning moments, gets quickly swallowed by the void.
Don’t judge a book by its cover.
Awesome meets Boresome, is Dead-Heat Breakers hot or not?
Them Bombs is a well done experience, certainly novel for a period of time but, ultimately, too reliant on a crowd’s energy to push the game forward.
This second installment in the soon-to-be-finished Banner Trilogy is a beautiful, agonizing entry into the rise of the Dredge, hamstrung only by it's own massive storyline.