Easily one of the most legendary indies of our modern time, 20XX brings clean, enjoyable and challenging action to the Switch with flair, style and massive success.
United Front may not be exactly reinventing the wheel, but the new direction in which Sledgehammer has taken this DLC, elevates it above all that came before it.
Jumping Joe and Friends might be a tad frustrating in terms of unlocks, but, as a party game or a single player casual play, it does a really decent job.
A charming puzzler, inspired by Nordic art that is sure to melt your heart with its lovable characters and sublime presentations.
Wizard Fire picks up the Gate of Doom legacy on the Switch, bringing more isometric combat, more action masquerading as RPG, and more co-op joy with the added bonus of turning into a thundercloud.
Back when Euro Truck Simulator 2 was first released, over 5 years ago (!), I couldn’t possibly imagine how successful it would become. However, perhaps the most surprising thing is the fact that the game’s astounding success was not only possible due to hardcore fans of these types …
Easily one of the most memorable and unique rhythm experiences I've had on the Switch, and the simple title totally belies the intense action within.
A retro multi-event sports game that is fun with friends but frustrating against the AI.
A cheaper, better looking alternative to Minecraft, but also one that severely lacks in content.
With versatility, a bit of gampy core and a lot of fun brawling action, Die for Valhalla is a perfect entry onto the Switch to bring Viking slaughter for you (and your friends!) wherever you may go.