On paper, Crash Drive 2 should run out of gas, but with Joy-Cons in hand, it succeeds in spite of itself. It's not for multiplayer that it's a success – the lack of local support ensures that – but it triumphs as a solo romp, as there's plenty to accomplish and laugh at.
With Seek Hearts, Exe Create has crafted a story that drives you to see it through to completion. Now RPG fans who aren't enthusiastic for old school visuals might want to bookmark this game for a future sale, even though the price is fair for all the content included. For my part, I enjoyed beating the game, even with the hit-or-miss enemies.
Super Crush KO offers up some fluid action that proves to be addictive. However, the weak boss encounters and bewildering lack of two-player co-op hold the game firmly in the 'good but not great' territory. Fans of Vertex Pop's prior work will still want to check it out, especially those who enjoy climbing leaderboards.
This is a slow-paced game, and my modest fish hauls suggest it will be a while before it picks up speed. Still, while I'm no simulation enthusiast (and perhaps never will be), I've had success insofar as I've been entertained. Fishing: Barents Sea Complete Edition is a good title, albeit one Nintendo Switch owners might want to grab at a discount sale price.
Zen Studios has brought the usual amount of quality care in updating Pinball FX3 with this latest DLC pack. While the table trio varies in enjoyment, even the "worst" is still really solid. Williams Pinball – Volume 5 is a very good collection, one that could likely be considered a must for big enthusiasts.