Crystal Crisis finally brings competitive tile puzzles to the Switch with a fresh cavalcade of characters, some innovative techniques, and plenty for everyone.
Redout is a very competent racer that does a lot of things right. However, it also does a lot of things wrong.
Another roguelite from Nicalis has consumed my life, and I couldn't be happier.
Runner3, is an eccentric and eclectic rhythm game for which you'll need an acquired taste, in order to enjoy it in full.
This seriously feels like a game that was a bestseller in Japan for the Gameboy that just got ported to the Switch and no one knew about.
Blade Strangers proves that, given the right environment and some good development, every favorite character can become a serious wrecking machine.
Code of Princess EX finally gives the polish, finesse and fantastic handling that this enthralling tale of magic and honor so richly deserves, and brings it to the best possible system to play anywhere.
The little shooter that could comes to the Switch, and Ikaruga reminds players everywhere that innovation, precision and execution are the three pillars of memorable gaming.
Don't be fooled, the End is already here and it's ready to take you straight down, screaming, into Hell.