While we have seen video games based on popular game shows before, I was excited to see Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! packaged together in America’s Greatest Game Shows for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, though, that excitement was quickly diminished once I began playing.
I’ve been a fan of the Bit.Trip games ever since the WiiWare days. I’ve since played Runner2, and I was excited that Runner3 was coming to Nintendo Switch. All this makes it hard for me to say it’s been a bit of a chore to keep going back to Runner3.
Do you remember that old game called Snake that was on basically every device known to man? Picture that same idea but on a sphere similar to one of the worlds in Super Mario Galaxy. Now instead of a snake, you are piloting a bear in a space suit competing against others. This is Astro Bears, and it might be something you want to pull out at your next game night.
This years Play-NYC has come to an end! Read on to see some of the amazing games shown off! This is one show that shouldn’t be missed and hopefully you are able to attend in 2020!
Is Monster Hunter Generations any better on Switch? Let’s find out how the Ultimate version stacks up!
Check out our full review of Cadence of Hyrule ~ Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda ~ on Nintendo Switch.
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.
X-Morph: Defense is a tower-defense strategy game developed by EXOR Studios for the Nintendo Switch. Is this a title worth harvesting for your digital collection or should it be sent to the trash compactor? Let’s start the harvesting process and find out!
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.