While much of Guilty Gear's fun and charm remains intact, limited content and dated assets make it difficult to recommend over its more contemporary peers.
PlataGo! gives a place for platform creators to experiment without needing their main character to have a mustache.
Razed is a good game which plays well and keeps your interest throughout.
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa is such a weird place.
Despite being several years old, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core + R comes out the gate strong, reminding everyone why it's one of the greatest fighting games ever.
Our World Is Ended does players a solid by being one of the better blends of crazy storytelling, ballistic humor and excellent pacing between the two.
What Tokyo School Life lacks in story is more than made up in charm and technical finesse.
As the Switch continues to be the new battleground for Japan fandom games, Fate/EXTELLA LINK gives Type-Moon musou worshipers a new jewel in their collection.
A game that breaks the boundaries as defined by genre.
Truly a strange but wonderful experience, I don't think I've ever played a fighting game where I needed to read this much in my life.