If you’re looking for a Halloween stream or your next game to curl up with in bed, Amnesia Collection should be at the top of your list, especially if you haven’t played it before. With one masterpiece of a game and two good ones tagging along, Amnesia Collection on Switch is a whole new way to lose sleep playing video games.
You no longer have to wait for new episodes and you may not stress over your decisions if you now know what lies ahead, but for anyone who's managed to miss the series til now, and for its biggest fans, The Definitive Series is unquestionably the best version of the seven-year The Walking Dead saga.
Wreckfest foregoes a complex career mode you might expect in a modern racing game and instead highlights the best damage model I’ve ever seen in video games. Crashing has never looked so good or played so well, and this makes the game feel worthwhile long after you’ve dominated the simple stash of modes and upgrades. It’s a game that looks wonderful even when it’s meant to look ugly, always chaotic and messy but never less than stunning.
Subdivision Infinity DX is best enjoyed by arcade-hungry players who want a pick-up-and-play experience with an air of early simplicity that gives way to an impressive upgrade and customization suite as you level up. With challenging boss battles and some technical gripes, the game can be an inconsistent affair, but it’s more often than not a fun introduction to the genre for less experienced players or a nostalgic return to form for the more seasoned pilots.