Crystal Crisis finally brings competitive tile puzzles to the Switch with a fresh cavalcade of characters, some innovative techniques, and plenty for everyone.
Despite being several years old, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core + R comes out the gate strong, reminding everyone why it's one of the greatest fighting games ever.
Brutal, bloody, elegant and fluid, Akane delivers such a tight and satisfying experience that the only downside is how there isn't more to see.
Pick your Knight and destroy everything in your path in Machi Knights -Blood Bagos-.
Slam Land has a good idea with a solid execution, and the unique design keeps the game going with friends, but there just isn't enough for single play.
Mortal Kombat 11 contains real fighting depth beyond its notoriously gruesome and gory fatalities.
The pigs are out in force, the wolves better look out!
A decent, affordable fighting game that shows you everything it has in just under 30 minutes.
Face paced, strategically hectic and versatile combat partnered with adorable and enjoyable characters make Croixleur a hack and slash to remember fondly.
A good looking brawler with interesting mechanics but some ho-hum fights and performance, it feels like like a rage and more like a mild tantrum.