Luigi’s Mansion 3 will launch on Nintendo Switch this Halloween!
Nintendo just concluded their annual E3 Direct, so here’s every new game they announced for Switch with their release date/window…
If you are signed up to be considered for Nintendo’s Mario Kart Tour closed beta, it’s time to check your email. Messages have been sent out to those who were chosen to participate.
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is an incredibly faithful remaster, for better and for worse.
Vandals’ turn-based, stealth gameplay is novel, but the execution of its ideas leaves something to be desired.
Check out our full review of Yet Another Zombie Defense HD on Nintendo Switch.
When done well, strategy games can be delightful and empowering, assuming the person playing can learn from their mistakes and overcome the game’s obstacles. While Swords & Soldiers II: Shawarmageddon does not suffer from poor game design, it has an entirely different issue: it doesn’t fit its platform.
Playing a great “metroidvania” is one of the best experiences in gaming, in my opinion, and despite a few glaring flaws, Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is great metroidvania.
Never in my life did I think that I’d stay up until 2:00 AM playing a game about building ski lifts, but that is exactly what happened to me playing When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.
Prepare for a new Tech-Noir experience on the Nintendo Switch as Liberated makes its way to the eShop this year.
The Ace Attorney Trilogy is now available on Nintendo Switch.
For those looking to play a a relaxing game, Feather was released on the Nintendo Switch today. A game about the joy of flight, Feather features the player as a bird navigating through a beautiful island with other birds.
Blaster Master Zero 2 is the followup to a game that I have not played, and as such, I did not know what to expect going in. I’m happy to report, after playing it, that the game is a fantastic 2D action platformer that I would recommend to any fan of the genre.
Clock Simulator is ostensibly a rhythm game where every puzzle is timed to the ticking of a second, but in reality it’s more of an obtuse, interactive screen-saver collection with barely any personality.
Seemingly in answer to the collective prayers of Castlevania fans across the globe, the release of a collection of games from the series appears to be imminent. The Australian government has released a rating of PG on their website for a game titled Castlevania Anniversary Collection and labelled it as multi-platform.