Dark Souls Remastered was a genuinely disappointing experience on the Switch for me. From the less precise and borderline clunky peripherals to the stuttery framerate and lower audiovisual quality, I really wouldn't say the Switch version is worth the caveats that come with it
After 50-ish hours with the wind at my back and the salty spray on my face, I am still enjoying those incredible moments that Sea of Thieves can create – yet I find myself having great difficulty recommending it to others without an incredible list of caveats
Monster Hunter: World represents a new generation of incredible battles for Veteran hunters, and a launching platform for newer players to finally see what the fuss is about. It is a testament to how a passionately created project can evolve throughout the years, without compromising what made it incredible in the first place
Gear.Club Unlimited appears to try and deliver to every type of racing fan, but appears to ultimately disappoint all of them. With a positively massive amount of content, there is sure to be something that will delight you, but the real question is – will your interest last long enough?
Alongside the familiar narrative and beautiful locations of the original game, the ‘Ultra’ prefix feels like a fantastic upgrade to a game that was already brilliant, elevating it to become the definitive generation 7 Pokémon experience.
Usually calling something a ‘by the numbers’ sequel can be considered a detractor, but the numbers for the original Splatoon were exceptional, and Splatoon 2 has built on everything brilliantly. Combining a fresh way to play an existing genre with a new and exciting premise created an environment that is alluring to even the most jaded gamer
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is well worth a try for anyone who enjoys a hack 'n' slashy dungeon crawler. It offers fun and interesting Norse-themed enemies with a simple (but effective!) range of player abilities coupled with an engaging enough combat system that keeps you thinking.