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This love letter to the days of 8-bit home computer games features amazing retro gameplay, a genuinely classic visual aesthetic and an earworm chiptune soundtrack created by Swedish musician Magnus Palsson.
Open-world environment with six unique areas
20 collectable trinkets scattered throughout the massive game world
Abundant checkpoints to reduce the chances of having to repeat areas you’ve already cleared
Multiple game modes, including Time Trials and No Death Mode
New local co-operative multiplayer mode
Silky smooth frame rate (60 fps)
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VVVVVV feels every bit as fresh on the Switch in 2017 as it did on the 3DS in 2010; if you didn't try it back then you should definitely pick it up now. If you did, now may nevertheless be a good time to revisit. Mutliplayer makes the Switch version even more interesting, and this is a game that still serves up an intense and enjoyable challenge. VVVVVV is a fantastic value and a great addition to the Switch library.
Nicalis brings one of the toughest and addictive gaming experiences from almost every other format to Nintendo Switch, and the transition is seamless. With dastardly levels of difficulty, a quirky aesthetic, and an absolutely sublime soundtrack that has definitely stood the test of time, the major drawback comes from how short the experience is. Once accustomed to overcoming the challenges faced, there is not much left to do after rescuing everyone. Hopefully, an expanded successor is on the way.
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This upcoming roguelike combines deck building and dice rolling. Lots of dice rolling
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A free version has been playable since March.
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