Far Cry New Dawn does everything you'd expect from a Far Cry title. However, it failed to deliver the same level of polish and enjoyment its predecessor enjoyed, and while it's still packed with buckets of fun, I couldn't help shake the feeling that I've done all this before.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Switch version is certainly the definitive way to play. Boasting brilliant level design, puzzle creation and ingenuity. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is easily one of the best titles on the Switch, and deserves a second chance to shine.
Lego The Incredibles sticks to the tried and trusted Lego formula, adding a sprinkle of new features here and there. However, the same bugs and glitches which have dogged the Lego series persist and the game feels somewhat lacking in comparison to previous titles.
Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition has a few enjoyable moments, especially in multiplayer, but, despite a few graphical improvements, and some technical fixes, it does very little to improve on 2016's original. The game is simply a old, boring and downright lacklustre first-person experience.