Nintendo Switch players are in for a treat with Rhythm Fighter, a catchy bop of a game that delivers a fresh gameplay loop and entertaining character designs. With plenty of content to unlock, a large cast of characters, and evil veggies, this is one title you don't want to miss.
A gaming classic returns! Space Invaders Forever brings three titles to Nintendo Switch with varying degrees of success. Our review covers the whole package, so get ready for a deep dive into those would-be alien overlords. They might not be successful.
The Last Show of Mr. Chardish is an adventure title that portrays story beats in contained vignettes, with a variety of different gameplay styles aligning into one beautiful and tragic tale of obsession and struggle. However, a buggy presentation might hold it back.
This story-puzzler from Hypnotic Ants is many things: a beautiful, low-poly portal into the mind, satisfying gear-based puzzles that feel good to solve. But throughout the game, things feel just too disjointed, and that's what ultimately holds DREAMO back.
A free update to this year's Bubble Bobble 4 Friends doubles the amount of levels and brings an original character back into the fold. But does the new content bring enough to the game? Or could this actually be a multiplayer masterpiece?
The retro renaissance continues with KEMCO's Crystal Ortha, a turn-based RPG in the vein of the '90s classics you know and love. In this review, we'll see how modern mechanics can improve on classic gaming experiences, and see just how many genre tropes a storyline can possibly include.
Wartile impresses with its unique take on a cooldown-based tactics game. The visual presentation, assortment of levels, and replayability are great to see, but while the move to Nintendo Switch might open the game up to more players, the smaller screen could also be a detriment.