In Great Conqueror: Rome, Circle Entertainment promises to bring a deep historical narrative and exceptional battle simulation to Nintendo Switch. Is it a good fit for fans of war games? Let's spend time with the title to determine if it lives up to the Roman legacy, or if it just reminds us of Caligula.
The space shooting sequel was just released on Nintendo eShop and improves on much of what made the first Space Elite Force great. Strap in for the second chapter of the Space Elite Force and learn more about what is attacking humanity in this review.
Falcon Age spreads its wings and flies on to Nintendo Switch, inviting new players to share the desolate wasteland with their feathered friend. As Ara, a young woman who breaks free from prison, players will help liberate their community. But how well does a title designed for virtual reality work on Nintendo's handheld?
The legendary tabletop RPG returns in the form of a beautiful visual novel designed to emulate the tabletop experience. Based on real-world environments and activism, players are also offered thousands of story branches resulting in five different endings. Heart of the Forest shows what visual novels should aspire to be.
Your favorite cartoon characters are back, and better than last time. This character racing game embodies your childhood, no matter how old you are, and has enough content to keep you going for quite some time. The first Nickelodeon Kart Racers didn't do so hot, but this time around, it's got what you're looking for.
POSTAL Redux brings the original controversial shooter to arguably the most family-friendly of consoles. Remastered visuals, expanded content, and new portability means that there are many new things for returning fans, but anything that could be viewed in a positive light is marred by the offensive content that's advertised and encouraged. Who is this game for?
An illustrious tale of a Chinese fisherman seeking revenge quickly escalates to something not entirely of this world. Travel across China with a band of monks, fight pirates with old school beat 'em up action, and even play local or online co-op!
The immersive and acclaimed platformer arrives on Nintendo Switch with a completely new look. Revisit the origin story of Abe, and experience the innovative and frustrating design work that has cemented Oddworld's place in history.
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.
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.