Badland meets Geometry Dash in this 2D puzzle platformer filled with challenging puzzles and beautiful art styles.
The latest in Atlus' Etrian Odyssey franchise. Does this dungeon crawling adventure hold up to the high standard of an Atlus product?
Does this game suffer from style over substance?
Johnny Turbo returns from the mascot graveyard to bring a true arcade classic to the Switch, and it's a retro experience that's sure to delight any fan of isometric action RPGs.
The bad boy hero of gamebooks has staked his claim on the Nintendo Switch and, for the readers and tabletop enthusiasts, it's a match made in indie heaven.
Aperion Cyberstorm doesn't bring a ton of new, experimental ideas to the dinner table, but there's plenty here to feast upon that's familiar, enjoyable and satisfyingly filling.
It’s hard to view the Dragon’s Lair Trilogy as anything less than a curiosity piece, a relic of era when arcade games searched for new, innovative ways to grab your quarters.
In space no one can hear you scream - at your Switch
Kingdom Come: Deliverance may not be a perfect game, but without a shadow of a doubt, will be the best RPG that you'll have a chance to play this year.
More bullet-time-bullet-hell brilliance.