The main appeal I saw in Rain World was in its art style and the design of its enemies. Its mechanics need some fine tuning for it to be the masterpiece it has the potential to be. If you're looking for a game that'll really try your patience and give you a good challenge, then I'd absolutely recommend adding this to your library. Otherwise, I'd recommend you look elsewhere.
The Legend of Evil feels like a fine example of a diamond in the rough game if you're a fan of tower defense games and are looking for a challenge. The developers have stated that there's more to come for this title and honestly, I couldn't be happier as it has a lot of potential to be a truly fantastic game. I'd definitely recommend adding this gem to your Switch library.
It just requires some polish to go from good to great. Its easy mode is perfect for those looking to enjoy the story or use it to get into strategy RPGs and the “normal” mode is great for anyone looking for a serious challenge. So, I'd recommend at the very least consider giving it a go if strategy RPGs are right up your ally.
All and all, this is just a simple puzzle game for some younger player to dive into and get an experience for the genre themselves. If you're more of a puzzle veteran, I'd suggest possibly meeting up with a local archaeologist to discuss puzzles and leave this title to the youngsters.
undefined.If you're in the market for a fun and engaging co-op game to share and have a great time with your friends and family, I'd suggest you go looking elsewhere as the novelty of being attached to each other wears off quick without variety and challenge keeping the game interesting. I truly do love the ideas it has, but it's sad to see that these ideas were not strongly supported by a mechanism that would allow it to flourish.
All in all, I can say that without a doubt this is one of the best co-op puzzle platformers to hit the eShop's digital shelves. If you're looking for a good game to spend playing with your sibling, cousin, friend, or family member, definitely add this one to your Switch's library and prepare for the laughs and challenges to come.
The main thing to be said about Oh My Godheads: Party Edition is that it is a party game to the core and those who are looking for a mix of both single and multiplayer fun will be sorely disappointed by this game. While I did get a kick out of it when playing with some of my friends, it's best to look elsewhere for a party game that will please you and the crowd.
Overall, this is a classic puzzle and strategy game with a wealth of content to keep the prison escapes interesting. While it does need some improvements to make it truly great, I'd still recommend fans of the genre to give it a spin and see if they have what it takes to be an escapist.
Overall, while the game doesn't quite live up to the game it was inspired by, it does have its own merits and reasons to play through it. If you're a fan of challenging platformers, then I'd definitely recommend giving this on a shot and suggest keeping a few spare Joy-Con at hand to replace any you may break in frustration.
All in all, It's amazing to see such a creative and relaxing game make the jump from Wii to Switch. I would possibly make a few changes to cater to those who played the earlier version of the game, but I'm still glad to see it here painting the eShop red.
This is a fine classic game for its low cost. The visuals and splat paint style gives the game a punk-ish style that keeps it feeling fresh. However, the main issue I have with recommending it is the frequent lag that occurs at the beginning of the levels. Hopefully, this is a situation that can be fixed in the future, but for now, let's leave the ink guns to the squids.
Sushi Striker overall is solidly made and had me addicted to its simple yet challenging battles. It's a game that allows anyone to play in whatever manner they choose. This is definitely one game that I would recommend to anyone looking for a fun and fresh adventure… just try not to play on an empty stomach.
All in all, Nihilumbra is a fun platformer, which allows for those who are new to puzzle games and those who are well versed in them to enjoy the game equally. With the creative and unique elements that are used in each puzzle, it is definitely a nice game for its price.
The Late Shift is an experience definitely worth checking out, as the FMV style makes the wide variety of decisions and dilemmas more fun and interesting to sift through. If you're seeking to blend the world of live-action film and video games, this is a great game to watch and play.
Overall, the game doesn't really do anything that its mobile version didn't already do, but nevertheless, it is still a fun game that I believe any BlazBlue fans or rhythm game fanatics should check out. Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san will remain in my heart as the quirky and cute rhythm game that left me smiling as it kicked my butt.