The Nintendo Switch can never have too many tales of revenge and murder, and Aragami is an excellent example of good techniques put into solid practice.
With a nice combo score multiplier system, cute cartoony graphics and all sorts of stats you can display of your play, Pang Adventures is fun.
Another heroine needs rescuing by their hero in JackQuest: The Tale of the Sword.
A new 8-bit Castlevania? Well, kinda.
A short, somewhat sweet shooter that delivers on graphics and ideology, but not so much on replay or excitement.
A mediocre Keen game is still a Keen game, and fans of the heyday of shareware might find interest in this mostly-forgotten title.
A modern fairytale that speaks volumes through this medium, capturing both memorable characters and a unique, whimsical world.
A goofy and gross platformer is totally marred in my eyes by backwards incentives and zero replay value.
Why try and survive a zombie apocalypse, when you can just control one.
Repetitive and incredibly simple, IHUGU may be appealing to those sick of the dramatically violent games, but may be boring beyond words for some.