A modern retro classic, Outbuddies DX offers a chance for solo or co-op exploration of a pixel-perfect alien world.
An interesting if short adventure that comes prepared with stories and bosses, but really duffs the simple combat element.
A twin spectacle of amazing exploration, patience-testing puzzles and some of the best damn level design you’ve seen in a metrovania, bar none.
A hack and slash on repeat, but not as many deaths as you'd think.
If you're in the market for an action RPG with a heartfelt story, excellent visuals and satisfying combat, then you need to check out Dust: An Elysian Tail!
Dead Cells has officially dethroned the Binding of Isaac as my favorite gaming addiction on my Switch, and that is saying a TON.
The past like you remember, not how it was.
There's nothing sadder than a game that gets positively shot in the foot by something that didn't even have to be in the game in the first place.
A thoughtful, platforming adventure with some great ideas that don't quite reach the heady heights it's aiming for.
OUTBUDDIES, as a whole, is quite compelling, but some people might try it out and decide it’s not for them before reaching that point where the game truly reveals itself.