Summer Sports Games isn't a game that is slow to get off the starting blocks, but it is definitely one that fails to cross the finish line.
Tag: Nintendo Switch Review
Katana Zero is Ronin by way of Jacob's Ladder, a terrifying look into the mind of a broken vet combined with blazing strategic combat and a killer soundtrack.
A just-okay Metroidvania with pretty hand-drawn art.
Radiation City creates a superb air of tension that genuinely scares you, but too many broken mechanics ruin the game into a laughable mess.
Konami rounds out their Anniversary Collections with the best of the run and gun era, and the Contra collection delivers on every single note.
The return to Flamingo's Creek means learning from previous mistakes, focusing on what made the game engaging, but tripping a tad with optimization.
PlataGo! gives a place for platform creators to experiment without needing their main character to have a mustache.
Submerged rises above the waves to present a relaxing and thoughtful game, set amongst the beautiful backdrop of a sunken city.
Bullet Battle: Evolution has all the right ingredients to serve a dish best served cold, but ends up being burnt by a plethora of broken mechanics.
Neptune's journey to 2D packs all the fun and humor from the 3D series, and is only marred by some performance issues on the Switch.