Living in the shadow of Rocksteady's Arkham series, Gotham Knights can't seem to leave a mark for even the biggest Batman fans. A wave of performance issues only makes the decent combat and terrible traversal worse, and a good story won't help it alone.
Splatoon 3 doesn't fix what isn't broken, and it remains one of the best franchises on the Nintendo Switch. While server issues and a lack of changes may bring the score slightly down, Splatoon 3 offers a huge amount of content, great core gameplay and more. I have an Inkling this may be the best Splatoon game yet.
The Capcom Fighting Collection faithfully brings some retro and classic games to a modern era, with much-needed contemporary mechanics and qualities. Capcom has crafted an incredible collection of titles here that is sure to surprise you. While it’s still unclear how the online functionality will fair once more players buy into the game, I’m happy to say the Capcom Fighting Collection lands every punch it throws.
Outriders: Worldslayer can be boiled down to "more Outriders". It's a highlight reel of what makes Outriders so fun, tightening the combat, gameplay and build to it's best yet. And with an exciting endgame too. But those who didn't enjoy the base game won't find anything new to love here.
DNF Duel is a beautiful, twisted, and chaotic fighting game that matches style and substance. With a blend of incredible visuals and solid gameplay, DNF Duel aims to be one of the best fighting games in the market, and if it can keep a solid playerbase, it could be a must-have for fans and newcomers alike.
F1 22 builds upon a successful framework and only improves a winning formula. While there are still elements of the game that are lacking in depth, Codemasters has managed to make the fast-paced gameplay satisfying enough to leave you craving one more race.
Despite all the content that players will find in MX vs ATV Legends, they'll find a lack of focus on the user interface and the quality of life for the players. Something that truly holds back what could have been a great motocross racing game.
Neon White is a concoction of incredible game design, beautiful visuals, a stunning soundtrack, and a great story to top it all off. Every moment I was playing Neon White put a smile on my face, and the only negative I can think of is that I've now finished the game.
Sonic Origins is a fantastic dive into the beginning of the iconic blue hedgehog that offers plenty of content for your money. Despite this, new fans may grow tired of how similar these classic games are. Longtime fans will probably welcome how much classic retro Sonic content there is and spends hours exploring all the different modes and challenges.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge is a testament to the Beat 'Em Up genre. If you ignore some issues that the game (and the genre) has, you'll find a turtley fun time worth picking up in an evening when you're free.
Mario Strikers: Charged had almost perfected the formula well over a decade ago and, in comparison, Battle League feels like a watered-down version. It has much simpler gameplay, fewer characters and stadiums, much less single-player content, and a fraction of the attitude of Charged.
Nintendo Switch Sports offers the same pick-up and play fun that its predecessors did before it. While it doesn't reach new heights, it at least offers more polish than ever before, and the potential for some extremely memorable local multiplayer gameplay.