How do you like them apples, because they've been locally sourced and grown by robots?
Kairosoft's latetst disappointing Switch port in management sim Tennis Club Story, which fails to translate the excitement of the tennis court to the screen.
Pocket Arcade Story follows the same formula of other Kairosoft games, but slow progress and unfulfilling rewards pull the plug on its levels of investment.
If pixel art titles are your thing, then look no further. Kairosoft brings yet another addictive simulator type experience to the table but bring your coat as it's snowing.
Another hit from an already-established mobile game developer.
March To a Million is the game I never expected to keep me distracted for more than a couple of hours.
Originally an iOS / Android title from Kairosoft, the game pits you as the budding CEO of a small anime studio. Hire staff, make shows and reach anime stardom.
Cafeteria Nipponica is like a slow cooker. It takes some time to get things going but within due time the end result is somewhat satisfying, if you have the patience.
Kairosoft gets back to their roots by creating a simulation to appeal to their core fanbase, and the results are satisfying to a T.
Pocket Stables leaps from the paddocks with it accessible play style, but fails to pip the post along the final furlong.