With an innovative approach to the genre and a delightful progression system that keeps each new hospital a fresh experience, Two Point Hospital has cured the nostalgic symptoms of the past, creating one of the finest simulation games in recent years.
For a first attempt at porting a Football Manager game onto the Nintendo Switch, it has been relatively successful. It just lacks comfortable controls and a screen that works on the portability of the Switch. The streamlined gameplay is fantastic though and produces a complex football management experience that any football fan could quickly master
Goetia is a classic horror game. It's unnerving, skin-crawling, with a dash of eerie music that keeps your soul on edge. The puzzles are some of the most challenging in any point and click game, so this isn't a game for the casual gamer. Some minor bugs that can become a slight nuisance to the overall experience, but not enough to spoil the game.
Mulaka achieves everything it intends to. While the puzzles are a little tedious, the complexity of the battles and the variety of tactics needed to defeat some foes make it a highly enjoyable game. The animation is cute and reminiscent of the Nintendo 64. There are a few bugs in the game but don't impact the gameplay too much.
Earth Atlantis is a beautiful monochrome world that is just aching to be explored. Visually stunning, this unique side-scrolling shooter is incredibly challenging as the player faces a unique variety of enemies and bosses on their journey across an apocalyptic Earth.
Psychologically scary as it plays on the fears from your childhood. Visually beautifully, wonderful use of music and sounds, with a clever message lurking within it. Gentle, but sometimes tricky puzzles, though the lack of variety of puzzles means gameplay doesn't remain challenging throughout the game. However, a beautifully crafted game which doesn't rely on thrills and gore to create horror.
The best Nintendo game of all time. It's beautiful, charming, mystifying and intense. Motion controls take some getting used to, but in time only enhance the gameplay. There's occasional lag in TV mode so it's recommended to play in Handheld mode for best performance.