Agony is much more disturbing than horror, some bizarre design choices don't combine well and the majority of players will struggle to find anything of mentionable quality to warrant a purchase. If you just want f***** up, disturbing scenes, then it maybe worth a look, but if you're after any form of entertaining gameplay, you'd be far better looking elsewhere.
Lux Obscura is a unique budget game with cheap frills, It’s possibly one of the better stories behind a match-three puzzler, but it’s unfortunate that it’s going to be the scantly clad, seductive women who will sell the game, not the quality of the battles.
Aragami is a fun, unique, stealth based action game that pays tribute to how stealth games used to be, it's tricky, challenging and rewarding with graphics and presentation that impress for a small development team. Aragami has its annoyances, but beyond those there's a thoroughly enjoyable stealth system which will reward the patient.
Masters of Anima is a fun minion commanding adventure which is well-polished and balanced enough to make the £15.99 asking price reasonable, sadly it’s not great value due to lacking anything after the main story beside the impressive and well-controlled gameplay.
Dimension Drive is a intense scrolling shooter, where you switch dimensions between two screens to avoid (or in my cas,e crash into) enemies. It's well made, appealing and incredibly challenging and if SHMUP games are for you, then it's well worth checking out Dimension Drive @ XBOX.COM
Planet Alpha is one of my favorite platform experiences in the last decade, I've throuroughly enjoyed every minute oif the six hour campaign and can happily recommend this to anyone who's even partly interested in a platform, stealth, puzzle title.
I'm a fan of Arcade racers, the first game I purchased on the Switch was MarioKart and Blur, Split Second and Burnout remakes would be on my list long before Forza. ONRUSH doens't just scratch an itch, it pushes the boundaries, the last time I enjoyed ANY driving game this much was Burnout Paradise and Codemasters have provided us with the best arcade driving game in over a decade.