Sometimes brutal, but always fun, Overfall will give you hours worth of roguelite enjoyment.
Whether you prefer your RPGing in single-player, multiplayer, or both, there's something for everyone to enjoy in Grand Kingdom.
Dark Fear is an intriguing yet frustrating horror adventure that delivers on the aesthetics but needs work on its substance.
I am Setsuna is not what it promised to be, but still worth your time and a promising debut for Tokyo RPG Factory.
A quality graphic adventure with fun puzzles and a lovely setting.
NIS fans should definitely check this one out, while general SRPG fans may enjoy its quirky spin on battle.
If you're a JRPG fan, you should be playing this game.
A new direction for the franchise that is as brilliantly successful as it is bold, Breath of the Wild raises the bar for a series that has already set a phenomenally high standard.
An imperfect labor of love that's a blast but falls frustratingly short of its potential.
Fans of Suda51 may find something to love, but The Silver Case is a mess whose flaws far outweigh its strengths.
It's a solid homage to beloved 16-bit RPGs of yore, but it lacks the magic and depth that made them unmissable classics.
Under Pressure provides more of the same with plenty of room for improvement.
A slow but solid start to the series that should please fans of the movies.
This is not the Persona you're looking for, but battles are a blast.
The midpoint of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy treads water without making any significant improvements to gameplay.
A fantastically grim fantasy experience slightly soured by porting issues.
A challenging yet accessible dungeon crawler that rewards thoughtful party construction and thorough exploration.
Episode Four improves on its predecessor in most ways and sets the stage for an explosive finale.
If you still needed a reason to buy a Switch, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is it.
Episode Five is a step back for the series in multiple ways, leading to a conclusion that feels rushed and minimally fulfilling.