When Eternity: The Last Unicorn isn't putting players to sleep with its bland design, it's driving them up the wall thanks to technical hiccups.
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Cuphead and Mugman haven't lost a step in their move to Switch.
The Swords of Ditto still doesn't topple Zelda and other roguelites. It does however, provide a charming and welcoming introduction to both genres.
Lackluster enhancements do little to improve an already polarizing adventure
Scrap offers respectable auto-running fun but its barebones package and short length hold it back from being anything but forgettable.
Etherborn is a short but mostly sweet puzzler that challenges players to defy gravity in order to traverse its M.C. Escher-esque world.
Zombie Driver will have you sleeping at the wheel thanks to its bland and repetitive mission design.
Trackher's approach to solo cooperative play can be an entertaining novelty, though the steep price of failure makes it tough to truly invest in.
FromSoftware's 2004 title finally arrives to the west, packing a delightfully cheesy story wrapped around dated gameplay.
AER's calm atmosphere and laid-back gameplay make it decent chill pill, though its intriguing narrative and lore winds up being wasted.