Nintendojo Outlet Image

Nintendojo

Homepage
315 games reviewed
50.2% of games recommended
Sort by: Page 1 of 32
B+ - Ruiner
Jun 19, 2020

Ruiner is a fantastic addition to your Switch library and definitely worth your time.

Read full review

Jun 9, 2020

Despite its flaws, though, Curious Expedition is a fun adventure and a well-crafted experience. With deep gameplay mechanics, lots of characters to choose from, and a high replayability factor, this is worth a look if you like exploration adventures.

Read full review

May 26, 2020

A unique game that mixes dungeon crawling with classic Pong gameplay but quickly becomes dull.

Read full review

May 13, 2020

Overall, this is one of those games that’s going to appeal based on your tastes.

Read full review

May 10, 2020

If you’re looking for something different but with the quality and pedigree that SNK is known for, Gals’ Fighters is worth a download.

Read full review

May 1, 2020

What Dotemu and partners have done is such a masterful expansion and resuscitation that I’d be willing to say that the series is officially theirs, and that they have collectively made brawlers a part of the conversation in game development for the first time in years. Bravo. Buy this game.

Read full review

Apr 27, 2020

Overall, this is a really solid game. For a modest price tag, you get a deep RPG with town-building elements that will give you many hours of exploration and questing.

Read full review

Apr 25, 2020

For those who do get the chance, especially if they’re a fan of Cooking Mama, they can do a lot worse. For everyone else, this is a mostly middling effort that might have risen above with greater polish and ambition from all involved.

Read full review

Apr 17, 2020

Kudos to Konami for not abandoning Rogue Corps or its players, but it’s still not quite the game Contra’s return deserved.

Read full review

Apr 16, 2020

I found myself melancholy when all was said and done, and although I’ll likely never get to hear more about the lives of Delilah and Henry, I’m grateful for the summer I got to spend with the two of them. Firewatch seems to want players to understand that sometimes, life is about the moments you’ll never get back, the decisions you can never unmake. I’m glad I chose to spend that night in the woods with Campo Santos’ inspired first effort.

Read full review

Sort by: Page 1 of 32