Only some wonky controls keep this dastardly tale from going from bad guy to super villain.
Tag: Digerati Distribution
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.
A cheaper alternative to some of the action RPG's out there, but you'll only get what you paid for.
Marred only by some technical problems, Unexplored is a true roguelite that's welcomed, with open arms, to the Switch scene.
The general lack of polish and consistency within the title's mechanical components, ultimately comes back to haunt it.
A game with heart and soul and a compelling story to tell.
An educational, informative, yet ultimately, engaging depiction of the true events surrounding the 1979 uprising in Iran.
Hands down one of the most engaging and exciting card games that I've played in years, Frost hopes to find Refuge on the Nintendo Switch, and players would do well to join up with this tribe.
This is one title that it might just be best to skip.
While interesting in idea and fun in co-op, INK’s aesthetic is severely overshadowed by some repetitive gameplay and loose controls.