With only a cursory understanding of what makes a “Metroidvania” interesting, Outbuddies is a game you don’t need to explore.
Artemis Fowl doesn’t do anyone any favors: both book fans and newcomers. This is bound to become yet another failed young adult franchise.
The Dark Eye: Book of Heroes is a game that in many ways, takes the essence of a good table-top game and directly translates it into a competent, online dungeon-crawling RPG.
With Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee succeeds in giving us a multifaceted mystery that’s both standalone and chillingly relevant.
The Metroidvania sub-genre of videogames are some of my favourites, particularly when talking about smaller, bite-sized releases. Skelattack, developed by Ukuza, an indie development house and published by none other…
Persona 4 Golden remains one of my favourite RPGs of all time and this rock solid PC port is quickly becoming the definitive release of the game for me
The XCOM 2 Collection on the Nintendo Switch shows that a great game can still make up for a lacklustre port.
The Last of Us Part II is a perfectly paced emotional rollercoaster ride from start to finish and a worthy sequel that lives up to the original.
While not without a few issues, the Razer Kishi is simply the best way to turn your smartphone into a Switch style mobile game solution.
Ys: Memories of Celceta doesn’t shine quite as brightly as it did when it was a handheld exclusive, but it’s perfect for fans of the Ys series and anyone looking to speed through a shorter JRPG
The GSP 370 is a great pair of wireless headphones that happens to have a mic attachment for gaming. The 100 hour battery life, coupled with the top-tier sound quality makes for a great device.
Short but challenging, Timelie is an inventive take on the stealth puzzle genre which lets players literally take their time in finding solutions.
Pete Davidson lends his personal strife to The King of Staten Island, which helps elevate its so-so and uneven flow.
This Switch version of Baldur’s Gate is hands down the best way to play these games. They hold up remarkably well in 2020 thanks to the engaging story and memorable cast of characters.
While definitely a downgrade, The Outer Worlds on the Nintendo Switch remains an incredible game, made even better by the prospect of portability
While it may not be my cup of tea, Borderlands Legendary Collection is a solid collection of games, and an admirable addition to the Switch’s library.
Lovebirds has some funny moments, but the plot goes nowhere and jumps around too quickly.
While it’s by no means a bad game, Saints Row: The Third Remastered may be just a bit too dated for newcomers to fully enjoy.