Never before has a game so fowl been so incredibly exciting.
Tag: Switch Review
Leading the way for all overweight adventurers, Sir Eatsalot is a charming adventure, letdown by the touchscreen and slow pace (no doubt from his conditioning).
A bland, confusing storyline combined with some exceptionally poor localization will beat down all the good voice acting in the world.
Had too much to drink? Why not finish up with a good old fashioned punch-up in Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters. The definition of losing control.
All of the Switch released Psikyo shooters come home to roost (with one additional guest!) giving convenience and variety to the fans of bullet hell games.
A love that is lost is one of the most powerful reasons to go somewhere unknown, and love and loss are the twin tones that make up Ayesha's tale.
The journey through the Dusk continues as Gust allows for players to try a first in the series and let a dude be at the helm of the adventure, if you want.
This third and final chapter of the Dusk saga may not ring as strongly as the first, but delivers a fantastic experience derived from learning and taking risks.
It’s Yoshi as a rainy day crafting project, how could it be anything but endearing?
Alvastia Chronicles is a budget-JPRG which while being pretty basic in everything it does also has a mysterious charm all of its own which will keep you coming back and wanting more.