My time with Nicky Home Alone Golf Ball was filled with mixed feelings. While I enjoyed my time playing it, for the most part, the control issues did cause some frustration. For the asking price of .99-cents, it is hard not to say don't buy it despite the frustration it still can be a fun game.
Although I can't fully pinpoint exactly one thing that made The Talos Principle great, there was something about the game that just felt incredible while playing. It provides such an amazing puzzle-solving experience that's backed by an overall strong story that I can't recommend this game enough.
My time with Farabel was fun not only because of the twist on gameplay but also the lightheartedness of it all. Farabel tried a twist of gameplay and in this case, it worked out, something that isn't always the case. Fans of turned-based strategy RPGs should certainly check this game out.
Although Mononoke Slashdown has its fun parts, it gets rather old quickly. The grind of going back to missions over and over just to purchase the items needed to stand more of a chance against an overpowered boss becomes tedious. The asking price of $6.99 doesn't seem entirely overpriced, yet it still feels your hard-earned cash could be best spent elsewhere.
I honestly wasn't sure what to expect with Turkey, Please!. Overall, it was a charming game. That being said, Turkey, Please! is still no turkey as it isn't stuffed full of content. This might not be enough to blow the dust off your 3DS, however, it is worth a look due to the game's cheap asking price. Especially, if you never let your 3DS collect dust.
WRC is overall enjoyable despite the steering issue. Managing the career mode and/or just doing the season is a fair amount of content and gameplay to take part in. Unfortunately, steering being a huge mechanic in the WRC8 makes it speed past the finish line a little behind the other racing titles already on the Switch.