Unit 4 is a game you can pick up and play, but small learning curves are required at times. This is mainly because combining your characters is crucial in navigating the challenges the game throws at you. For it to be enjoyed to its fullest, it is a matter of mastering the fun character switching mechanic with a sleight of hand to make the most of this fast-paced platformer. It's generally going to best served to those with some 2D platforming experience already under their belt.
There's plenty to enjoy with Iron Crypticle. It will definitely suit fans of retro aesthetics and arcade-esque titles, but shooting using the right stick in only eight directions is a hindering experience which is likely to frustrate players, in an otherwise solid game.
The visuals, music and game design of Kingdom Two Crowns should be commended, and it is refreshing to be light on tutorial and direction. It does, however, walk the treacherous line between boring and addictive. It is a slow-paced strategy game with plenty on offer, but it all comes down to how you interact with the environment how much you feel incentivised to engage with it. Patience and a relaxed state of mind are almost essential to play the game.
If you have three friends visiting and Super Mario Party is the centre of your gathering, you will be guaranteed a great time. This entry is a positive step for the series and a fitting entry for the Switch, especially when it comes to the fantastic local multiplayer. The array of game modes, the traditional boards, and of course, the mini-games, will have you challenging your friends for precious hours of pure memorable joy!