A delightful little adventure, Yu-No is back in an 8-bit scroller that has a surprising amount of depth, replay, and genuinely interesting gameplay at work.
A confusing and verbose game, YU-NO still can spellbind the right player, and it’s a fascinating piece that shows how one game can turn a genre on its head.
Fight'N Rage took my expectations and shattered them with a well timed blow to the solar plexus, leaving me out of breath and hungry for more.
These girls came to chew bubble gum, jam out to some rad tunes, and kick butt--and they're all out of bubble gum.
A Doom game that’s less like a Doom game than others, but still a Doom game at the core. Did that make sense?
DOOM II is one of the best fragging adventures of all time, bar none.
It's Doom. I mean, I've said more than that, but it's classic Doom on the Switch. How could you not?
A beautiful, expansive game, Bloodstained gives patient fans the Castlevania jewel they always wanted, but, for Switch users, it seems the crystal is flawed.
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.