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?
The new Switch Lite will launch in September for around US$200, and it’l be a handheld-only machine.
Super Neptunia RPG is the most approachable entry into the franchise. But is it the best? Let’s find out!
“Lapis x Labyrinth” is a fantastic action platformer with RPG elements that shines on the Switch as a pick-up-and-go frenzy inducer.
“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.
“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.
The Switch gets a fantastic RTS (finally!) in “Space War Arena”. Out now on Nintendo’s hybrid console.
There was a lot of potential in “The Caligula Effect”, but how does it fare now that it’s come to Switch? Let’s find out!
TIKIPOD does it again, overcoming 8-pixel fatigue by combining it with frantic gameplay and tons of content in “Iron Crypticle”.
“At Sundown: Shots in the Dark” comes very close to being a fun couch multiplayer shooter. It is sadly hindered by performance issues.
“The Shrouded Isle” is a fantastic cult sim/text adventure, and if that sounds even remotely interesting to you, you should give it a go immediately. The gods demand it.
“Demon’s Crystals” is on the Switch, but does this twin-stick shooter stand out from among the throng of indies? Let’s find out!
Has the magic been lost in translation when bringing “Trine Enchanted Edition” to the Switch? Or is the trio of unlikely mates still a great indie formula? Let’s find out!
I’ve been pestering Tikipod to bring over “Rock Boshers DX Director’s Cut” to Switch for months. Why? Because it’s nuts, fun and awesome.