A rhythm game with story, diversity, and not just the same recycled K-Pop songs? It's more plausible than you'd think!
Whether solo or together, this is a farming game that is simply enjoyable to plough through.
Because what better title is there to release on Valentine’s Day?
This comic book reader for the Switch has some great moves, but technical hangups mean that users may be too frustrated to subscribe for another month.
A perfectly adequate application that feels odd to have on the Switch, but is executed well nonetheless.
Youtubers Life falls into the unfortunate rut that many simulation games tend to.
Although it does contain some personality, the psychology of it all is one that only has limited appeal and longevity.
The infamous and often polarizing visual novel comes to Switch, bringing plenty of humor, tension and more catgirls than you thought you needed.
A horse farm and stable simulator that canters with its controls, but gallops with its options and depth.
Bizarre, darkly funny and full of twists and homages, this first installment of the otherworldly Baobab series is definitely a fine wine to be enjoyed by players looking for something more exotic to taste.