Don’t let its 30-year absence from the global market deceive you, Live A Live is a hidden gem on the Nintendo Switch.
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Blossom Tales II: The Minotaur Prince builds off everything the first game did well, expanding in depth while retaining its charming Zelda-like core identity.
As much potential as the world and story have, Bugsnax offers little in terms of interesting game mechanics.
If you are a fan of Drinkbox’s past efforts, or are looking for a new top-down action RPG to play, then help Nobody save the world…and maybe find his pants!
Dungeons of Dreadrock is a surprisingly delightful puzzle-solving game – no other way to really put it.
Ocean’s Heart is a flawed, but entertaining Zelda-like experience – minus the protagonist dressed in green, of course.
Archvale does succeed in its unique genre mashup, but not overwhelmingly so.
Every year, there are one or two exceptional indie titles that stand out from the rest, and Death’s Door is easily one of them.
While Greak: Memories of Azur has some notable qualities, it’s not the epic side-scrolling adventure you might have been hoping for either.
If you are looking for a clown-inspired RPG you will need to go to a different circus.
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If you are itching for a challenging retro-inspired metroidvania that is backed by competent design, then open the doors to Cathedral!
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CrossCode perfectly encapsulates the MMORPG experience within the confines of a riveting single-player adventure.
While a Musou game at heart, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity tells a surprisingly well-crafted tale that all Zelda fans should experience.
Curious about how the first DLC from Immortals Fenyx Rising fares? Rich has you covered in this Mini Review!
If you are looking for an action-adventure game (with light RPG elements) in the same vein as other 3D Zelda games, then Oceanhorn 2 is an adventure worth sailing.
While Paper Mario: The Origami King, in many ways, feels like it’s struggling to find its core identity, it isn’t completely without merit, either.