A colorful sequel that heavily improves on the original's boss fights and presentation, while also giving much-needed tweaks to its shooting precision. Sure, the depth here in Bleed 2 may seem lacking to some, but for those wanting to hone their action-platformer skills, this one is a strong recommendation.
As a cute callback to classic arcade shooters, Aqua Kitty UDX has it moments, especially with its intense and addictive Dreadnought mode. But unless you are someone who adores the genre and has a knack for high scores, then there really isn't much depth to keep your eyes glued for long.
10 Second Run Returns may just be basic in premise and concept, but it somehow keeps you fixated with it for even if it's for a few hours. Aside from a multiplayer that needs more polish and a missing mode from the DSiWare original, this is a cheap but fun plaformer for anyone up for a quick challenge.
Sure, it's nothing spectacular to look at and it can get repetitive extremely fast; however, if you had some mindless enjoyment from various 10tons titles like Butcher for instance, then Crimsonland will certainly give you a short burst of entertainment.
Aside from a few online connectivity hiccups and some small graphical shortcomings, Rocket League is still a fun and joyful experience to behold. It's addictive and chaotic nature alone make it a must-own for Switch owners who want to get their next multiplayer fix.
Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition can be both a fun and rewarding experience for those wanting a quick challenge. Otherwise, the fun of throwing neon-colored spears at wave of enemy after enemy can wear thin fast alongside its difficulty curve, which is sure to get your blood pressure rising.
While this latest collection of Namco classics may seem pricey at first given the amount of content, it’s the options, presentation, emulation, the inclusion of an HD remaster of Pac-Man Vs., and portability that make it worth Switch owners’ attention.