By taking the best bits of a few different genres, Gunfire Games has come up with an exceptional formula here, and brought us the surprise hit of the year. Sure, it'll take you a while to "git gud", but it actually feels like it's worth the practice.
Final Fantasy VIII is still a great game and if you're playing it for the first time, I'd suggest getting this version. If you already have an earlier release however then it's hard to justify the cost. A few graphical tweaks and some blurring isn't worth the money for me: I could get a similar effect by taking off my glasses before playing and save myself 16 quid in the process. A poor remaster of a great game
Poor voice acting notwithstanding, there's a great story to be found in Bear With Me: The Lost Robots, so I still wouldn't hesitate to recommend playing it, and I will continue to play it to completion after this review. It's not the new Monkey Island, but it's still beary enjoyable and has encouraged me to check out the other games in the series. It's got a few rough edges, but nothing too unbearable. It's definitely worth getting your paws on this one and I'd recommend it bear claws I had an ursome experience playing it. One fur the wishlist of anybody who wants a good point-and-click to paws the time.
The accessibility of Stellar Interface makes it a brilliant induction to the often impenetrable bullet-hell genre, and the variety of different options, combined with addictive gameplay that keeps you coming back, makes it one of my favourite Switch games of 2019 so far.