It has come: the first perfect game of the year has released, and its name is “Streets of Rage 4”.
Nep Nep incoming! Finally, a mainline Neptunia game makes it to the Switch!
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] is here, to breathe fresh air into a stagnant genre. Behold: a new perfect fighting game has risen.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is an SRPG on the Switch, but does this entry into a complex genre bring anything new to the table? Or does it fall short of being recommendable?
Dusk Diver tries to rejuvenate the action RPG by injecting Taipei’s rich locales and Taiwan lore. Does it succeed? Let’s find out!
Into the Dead 2 rises from the grave on the Switch, but does this rail shooter do enough to set itself apart in an ever-more-crowded eShop?
Mary Skelter 2 is a robust package that brings tons of content to the Switch. But is it any good? Let’s find out!
NIS America brings The Alliance Alive HD Remastered to the Switch. Is it a port worth picking up? Let’s find out!
Inkle’s 80 DAYS continues to be the best retelling of Jules Verne’s masterpiece: an endlessly entertaining text adventure that has aged like fine wine.
Jet Kave Adventure is a new 2.5D platforming game on the Switch. But is it more than a Donkey Kong clone? Let’s find out!
No matter which way you play Vasara Collection, and whether you be a die-hard shoot ‘em up fan or just an arcade game lover, you’re in for a real treat.
We will all look back on Pillars of Eternity as one of the CRPG greats, and the Complete Edition presented on the Switch as a crowning technical achievement.
Blazing Chrome is very close to being perfect, but the short runtime makes the value proposition the only negative in a sea of positives.
KILL LA KILL: IF probably has the best action RPG camera I’ve ever seen, and a wonderful presentation. But is the fan service too much?