A charming puzzler, inspired by Nordic art that is sure to melt your heart with its lovable characters and sublime presentations.
One of the great artifacts of gaming finally makes a modern day appearance, and a whole new generation can learn the joy and wonder of the Death Tower.
Wizard Fire picks up the Gate of Doom legacy on the Switch, bringing more isometric combat, more action masquerading as RPG, and more co-op joy with the added bonus of turning into a thundercloud.
Fans have been screaming for Team Cherry to finally release their indie darling onto the Switch, which finally dropped at E3 this year with no warning. Was it worth the wait? Absolutely.
A unique title within the rhythm genre that, although fun to play, doesn't sit too well around the architecture of the Nintendo Switch.
An adventure on the high seas or a ship that's sinking?
'n Verlore Verstand may possess an intriguing and inviting title, but the game itself is its complete antithesis.
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.
A great puzzle game, which will unfortunately get lost in the shuffle due to its rather uninspiring nature.
To embrace a world where being loving and compassion was the answer. It felt good.