OutRun the Past.
Tag: Switch Review
An ambitious title that is good in gameplay, but also one that is marred by technical issues and graphical imperfections.
The classic board-game brought to life in a digital format for the Nintendo Switch.
A charming, but frustrating platformer. Great in small bursts but frustrating and a slog to play for long period of times.
Monster Boy rises from the ashes with this newest instalment on the Nintendo Switch, and it's so fun, so difficult, and so worth your time.
When a game seeks to change your perspective on life, it deserves a moment of attention, and Abzû only needs a couple hours to really show you.
Knights of Pen and Paper 2 rolls for initiative on the Nintendo Switch and drops a 19. Damn.
A fresh coat of paint and some tweaks under the hood proves that the classic games were always good, they just needed a tune up to appeal to a new generation.
An unforgiving game that may make your crimson boil, but with experience, it may become a game you'd want to keep.
Car Quest never runs out of gas, but it fails to go further than “lazy Sunday drive.”