“SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy” is what it says on the tin: a party brawler that’s fan service first, fighting game second. And I’m fine with that.
Can “Senran Kagura: Reflections” massage its way into our hearts? Or is it more eye candy than heart? Let’s find out!
“All-star Fruit Racing” finally gets the long-awaited, long-promised online mode on Switch.
“Frost” is a fantastic survival game, and a great game in its own right. Deck-building at its finest.
“Survive! Mr. Cube” is a cute, fun roguelite with some interesting ideas. A bit more tech polish and a lower price tag might have swayed me more, but there’s still stuff to like here.
“All-Star Fruit Racing” has tons of promise and heaps of content, but performance issues and lack of polish in certain aspects bring down an otherwise fun, complete and competent racer.
“Jumping Joe & Friends” offers good bung for buck in a bite-sized package. It may not be for everyone, but it is fun. And that counts for something.
“Pirates: All Aboard!” is a shallow experience, seriously lacking depth and polish. There are better games out there, even from the same publisher.
The best “Fallen Legion” experience is now available on the go. Is it worth your time? Yes. Yes, it is.
“INK” is a game with a ton of potential that makes the mistake of not polishing its core mechanic enough to make it enjoyable.
Solar Sail Games and Curve Digital hit a home run with “Smoke and Sacrifice”, a hand-drawn survival adventure with a strong story and beautiful presentation.
“Death Road to Canada” is a hilarious homage to the likes of “Oregon Trail”, with a near-endless replay value and very fun interactions.
Penny-Punching Princess brings a new spin to the hack-and-slash genre. Does the innovation pay off?