Alice continues her exploration of “Free Enterprise” for the film’s 20th anniversary. This time, looking at its effect on pop culture.
“Lapis x Labyrinth” is a fantastic action platformer with RPG elements that shines on the Switch as a pick-up-and-go frenzy inducer.
“Starfish”, director A.T. White’s opus about loss, friendship and forgiveness, is a high note for experimental cinema – if not a film for everyone.
“Blades of Time” is a piece of history that sadly, doesn’t translate all that well to the present-time Switch ecosystem.
“Horizon Shift ’81” is a love letter to early shoot-em-ups that is a lot of fun. Is it fun enough to justify getting it?
“Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!” offers up a ton of content for fans of restaurant management sims on the Switch.
A Frankenstein endeavor worthy of your time? Find out in our review of the EXP GDC Beast eGPU adapter.
A world-premiering review of Emmy Award Winner Andrew Wonder’s “Feral”.
“Motorsport Manager for Nintendo Switch” is in my top 3 Switch games of all time list. But it’s not for everyone: this is very much a genre game for the petrolheads.
There’s a very strong voice in genre/cult/horror cinema waiting to be unleashed upon the masses. Maniac Nun on a Mission to Kill Leo Fontaine is live NOW on YouTube.
“Butterfly Kisses” attempts to be two things at once, and succeeds on both counts with flying colors. One of the best found footage horror films I’ve seen.
The Switch gets a fantastic RTS (finally!) in “Space War Arena”. Out now on Nintendo’s hybrid console.