A cross between worlds.
Blazblue, Persona, Under Night In-Birth and RWBY all come together in this heavyweight clash of the titans on the Nintendo Switch.
A classic 2D arcade brawler in which every fight is won with one hit.
This game should be called Dungeon Grinders, not Dungeon Rushers, because 99.8 percent of your time will be spent slowly gaining materials and exp in repetitive, linear dungeons--and that isn't the least bit fun.
Shaq is back in a kung fu kicking, rap attack!
Honestly, if ICEY would just remove the meta description from it's own statements, I think players would be much more pleasantly surprised by how surreal this hack-n-slash gets when you least expect it.
Punch Club may be one of the most interesting approaches to a simulation game in recent memory, and certainly one of the most engaging in terms of storytelling, character development, and gator fighting.
A Dungeon explorer that simply can't be rushed.
Streets of Red is seriously one of the best homage-based arcade brawlers out there, and, small bugs be damned, it's a fantastic fit for the Nintendo Switch.
Despite some good roguelike qualities, DragoDino suffers from extreme difficulty and terrible optimization on the Switch.