Check out our quick video review of the 8BitDo GBros. Adapter.
Check out our discussion-based review for RBI Baseball 18 on Nintendo Switch.
Atari Flashback Classics brings 150 arcade, 2600, and 5200 games to the Nintendo Switch to play on the go, on your TV, and with your friends. With a collection like that, it is hard not to recommend it to any fan of retro games. Honestly, you could stop reading right here and go purchase the game, but if you need more convincing, feel free to keep reading.
Swap This! is a color-matching puzzle game exclusively available for Nintendo Switch. While it might not be the best game on the Switch, at its incredibly low price, it’s a must-buy for any puzzle fan.
Piczle Colors is the latest installment in the Nintendo Switch puzzle series developed by Score Studios and published by Rainy Frog. Will this game’s canvas be worth finishing or should it be scrapped? Let’s find out!
Check out our full video review of Shift Happens from Klonk Games on Nintendo Switch.
Check out our video review of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom on Nintendo Switch.
Check out our discussion-based review for Lifeless Planet on Nintendo Switch!
Check out our full video review of Kingdom: Two Crowns on the Nintendo Switch.
Check out our quick review of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate-branded GameCube controller.
Chasm is an action-adventure RPG with procedurally generated areas for Nintendo Switch. Do we recommend it? Find out in our review!
Ninjin: Clash of Carrots is an 2D action game that feels a bit like 90s beat-em-ups such as Final Fight, blended with an Endless Runner, with a bit of RPG progression thrown in. It’s certainly an interesting mix of genres, but does it work? Well, yes and no…
This is a good week for Pokémon. As if it wasn’t enough that Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee will be available to the general public of Switch players on November 16, the first official trailer for the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie dropped earlier today. Here’s our review of the trailer!
Check out our full review of the HyperX Cloud Mix headset.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is set to launch on Nintendo Switch tomorrow on October 16, 2018. We were fortunate enough to get an early copy of the game from Ubisoft, and while we don’t feel like we have enough under our belts yet for a full review, here are our quick first-impressions.