Nothing brings history to life like showing cutthroat violence admit blossoming romance in one of the most artistic of Japan’s eras.
Better combat, proper time usage, a less annoying protagonist; Atelier Totori checks all the boxes needed to make the second game vastly better than the first.
Incredibly cute and endearing, Atelier Rorona uses some great character development and visual novel tricks to help distract from the stressful time mechanic.
The end of the Arland saga runs in circles, delivering more of the same from the previous titles but without anything to really get you excited.
A rhythm game that neither drops the beat nor impresses with solos: it simply marches on, and does a decent job of it.
Best enjoyed as a curiosity!
Super Night Riders feels like a tech demo, of what could otherwise be a fairly entertaining title.
By returning to its roots, the Valkyria Chronicles sees a stunning return to form, making it one of the Switch's best releases this year.
A game that you shouldn't refrain from playing, as its labyrinths contain such depth, that you'll find yourself lost within its gameplay for an eternity.
Despite lacking a story mode, Shikhondo boasts a ton of replay value, some marvellously detailed art, and a truly tough challenge to the bullet hell veterans.