Judgment is a yet another stellar release from Ryu ga Gotoku, but it pales in comparison to the studio's renowned Yakuza franchise.
An engaging and edgy rhythm fighter, TERRORHYTHM delivers plenty of great ideas, but slips in actual performance on the Switch.
Rescue your mom from the king by any means necessary in this procedurally generated, fantasy style hack-n-slash that really appeals to anyone with a Switch.
KILL la KILL - IF is the 26th episode of the anime (in my opinion), and that should be enough to get most fans absolutely salivating.
While much of Guilty Gear's fun and charm remains intact, limited content and dated assets make it difficult to recommend over its more contemporary peers.
Nidhogg 2 does not follow the traditional tropes that other fighting games have become synonymous with, making it a unique experience.
ANIMUS is a well-put-together, if derivative, ARPG worth picking up for on-the-go Switch gameplay.
With punishing precision, fabulously fresh art style and the heaviest soundtrack this side of Naganuma, Lethal League Blaze sets it up and knocks it down solid.
It's boxy. It's chiki-chiki, we think. It's not really a pro wrestling game, though.