Out There: Ω the Alliance brings the classic experience to the Switch with brand new content, button controls, and a new chance to die from lack of oxygen.
Tag: Switch Review
Cthulhu deserves better.
AngerForce is an enjoyable shooter, but one that doesn't do enough to make itself vital in a bloated genre.
Truberbrook has style, class and charm, and does a solid job of storytelling: however, some technical issues, combined with red herrings, may put players off.
Follow where your mind tells you to go and see what dreams may come. A Dark Room, finally on the Switch, with so many bells and whistles I may be here a while.
An old-school classic that's been revitalised with a touch of modernity.
A rhythm game with story, diversity, and not just the same recycled K-Pop songs? It's more plausible than you'd think!
A simple take on the 2048 formula, the detailed tiles are a nice touch, but don't bring anything new to the table for this well trodden path.
An aerial combat game that soars with its presentation, mechanics and gameplay.
It's no secret that this air war holds no conflict in its satisfying combat and flight mechanics.