Try not to lose your head in this multiplayer free-for-all with more characters to choose from than you can shake a stick at.
While cute and fun in small doses, there’s a key element missing to this game to prevent long term investment: mainly, single player incentive.
A party game based on Tetris using one's body, Tetsumo Party is a fun multiplayer but does it have any lastability in a single-player mode?
Clearly designed for Disney fans and Tsum Tsum fanatics, this Festival is loads of fun for the target market and less appealing to anyone who despises Disney.
Three strong games carry two averagely weak games, but that's also coming from someone who's here for laughs, not to build better connections with my friends.
Boring, meandering, mechanically frustrating and without satisfaction, Watermelon Party is one of the worst Switch titles I’ve played in years.
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.
A kite-flying game that soars to great heights, yet never tails off from having fun.
I can't tell if I should laugh or cry at the fact that this pile of unkept activities costs thirty dollars.
I don't know where the car went, and I frankly don't care: Mario Party gets back to its roots, and it's a wonderful feeling.