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Tokoyo The Tower of Perpetuity Review Inconsistent Fun (Switch)

Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity Review: Inconsistent Fun (Switch)

Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity is a mouthful of a title that belongs to a new 2D Roguelike Platformer on Steam and Switch! While some unfortunate story choices and blatant pandering weighed this title down, smooth gameplay, good level design and int...

6 Fair
Rune Factory 5 Review

Rune Factory 5 Review: Farm, Fight, and Flirt Your Way Through Rigbarth

After almost 10 long years, Rune Factory 5 has finally made it's way into the eager paws of gamers in the West. But was it worth the wait? That’s what we’re here to find out. Here is a review of Rune Factory 5 on the Nintendo Switch. It has been ne...

7.5 Good
Eastward Review Putting Our Best Foot Forward (Switch)

Eastward Review: Putting Our Best Foot Forward (Switch)

Eastward is an action-adventure RPG by Pixpil that really blew me away recently. A good story well told, with fun gameplay, stunning visuals and a brilliant soundtrack? What more could I ask? It may not be for everyone, but I definitely won’t be forg...

9.5 Amazing
Cat Cafe Manager Review: A Not-So-Crazy Cat Lady

Cat Cafe Manager Review: A Not-So-Crazy Cat Lady (Switch)

Have you ever wanted to own a Cat Cafe because you love these feline companions so much? With Cat Cafe Manager now you can! Meet the people of Caterwaul Way, help them restore the village shrine, and adopt all the stray cats… all while running your b...

6.2 Fair
The House Of The Dead Remake Review: Imprecise Zombie Extermination

The House Of The Dead Remake Review: Imprecise Zombie Extermination

The House Of The Dead Remake is a good attempt to revive the classic shooter and it can be fun to relive the original 1996 adventure. Unfortunately, unwieldy controls and precision issues prevent the remake from being the zombie-busting experience th...

7 Good
The Cruel King and The Great Hero Review: A Bedtime Story For All Ages

The Cruel King and the Great Hero Review: A Bedtime Story For All Ages (Switch)

Welcome to the enchanting world of The Cruel King and the Great Hero, where you will join little Yuu as she takes on a perilous journey to become a great hero. Will she be able to defeat the Demon King? From the creators of The Liar Princess and the ...

9 Amazing
A Musical Story Review Switch Cover

A Musical Story Review: Feeling the Rhythm (Switch)

A Musical Story is a rhythm game that makes you appreciate what music is really about and the power it can have. Discover how the gameplay and story works together to take you on a journey like never before in this A Musical Story review. A Musical S...

8 Great

Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream: Iconic Iyashikei (Switch)

Tired of hardcore, grindy JRPGs? Just want to chill and explore, maybe do some other fun stuff? Atelier Sophie 2 might just be the game for you! If you're on the fence about picking this game up, read on and you may feel compelled to give it a chance...

8 Great

Pokémon Legends: Arceus Review: If We Could Turn Back Time

Just as things were starting to feel a little stale in the Pokémon franchise, Pokémon Legends: Arceus comes along to shake things up. Bringing an entire new approach to everything we knew as 'Pokémon', we are tasked with going back to basics and begi...

8.5 Great

OMNO Review: The Only Way Is Up (Switch)

When the world is weighing you down, what is the one piece of information you find yourself consistently being told? Just keep going. OMNO capitalizes on this and has created something beautiful from it. With drive by your side nothing can get in you...

7 Good
art of rally Review: A Stylish Love Letter (Switch)

art of rally Review: A Stylish Love Letter (Switch)

art of rally is an effortless, stylish love letter to rallying. With dozens of classic rally cars, expansive rally stages, and a gorgeous graphical style, art of rally barely puts a foot wrong in recreating the rally experience in play-set form. It i...

8.6 Great

Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl Review: Return to Sinnoh

Although highly requested and competently made, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl prove the franchise is in serious need of a new vision. This faithful remake fails to interest or excite for a majority of the 40-hour campaign. Pokemon is ba...

6.8 Fair

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review: Tales of Sadness and Sorrow (Switch)

Take yourself on a thrilling journey to discover the truth behind what Nicole thought was her mother's suicide. With no one to talk to besides a mysterious voice on the other end of the phone, rely entirely on your senses to discover and investigate ...

7.5 Good

Mario Party Superstars Review: Classics With Sparkles

It's back to space one for Mario Party enthusiasts! The release of Mario Party Superstars sees many returning characters competing to see which of them is the true star. With returning stages, mini-games, and music, those fond of the franchise as a w...

7 Good

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water Review: A Photo Finish (Switch)

Have you ever wanted to explore the most haunted and deadly mountain in Japan? Grab your camera and pack your swimsuit, it's time to discover the horrible secrets of Mt. Hikami! Just be mindful of the locals - they may want you to stay forever. The P...

7 Good

Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The First Cases Review: Whomstdunnit (Switch)

Master detective Hercule Poirot makes another attempt to the jump from book pages to gaming platforms in an ambitious new adventure. Unravel the mysteries of the Mnemosyne House in order to solve a murder. Collect evidence and combine information to ...

8 Great

Astria Ascending Review: An RPG Not Quite Rising (Switch)

Built by talented designers of some of the most celebrated RPGs in history, Astria Ascending introduces a beautiful fantasy world and a cast of characters that promise to pull nostalgic players in. Will your adventure with the Fated Eight bring a fre...

6.7 Fair

Bonito Days Review: Sit Back and Relax (Switch)

We are all pining after those warm summer days when we would wake up without a care in the world. But they aren't gone just yet. Bonito Days on Nintendo Switch lets us live our best lives in a relaxing, city pop infused experience. These dark days wo...

8.5 Great

Gang Beasts Review: Getting the Gang Back Together (Switch)

Put every friendship you've ever had on the line with this beat 'em up classic from Boneloaf. Take on the persona of a boneless creature, put on your best animal onesie and get down to it. Fight on skyscrapers, cranes, lighthouses, you name it - you ...

5 Average
Bonfire Peaks Review: Burn Your Things (Switch)

Bonfire Peaks Review: Burn Your Things (Switch)

Burn it. Burn it all! Your belongings, that is. New puzzler Bonfire Peaks sees you navigating dozens of levels to reduce your possessions to ash. Don’t let the eye-catching voxel art deceive you, though: this is one rock-hard game. Bonfire Peaks sees...

9 Amazing

Metroid Dread Review: Deserving of an E.M.M.I. Award

The wait for the final chapter in the Metroid timeline has expired. Metroid Dread faithfully re-immerses players in the 2D "Search Action" experience that made the franchise so influential to the gaming world. With a newfound emphasis on terror and i...

8 Great

Teacup Review: Home in Time for Tea (Switch)

How can you host a tea party with no tea? And how can you replenish your supplies if you're too anxious to leave? Join beloved Teacup on her adventure around Little Pond to make sure her supplies are plentiful, and see what the world has to offer onc...

9 Amazing
Residual Review: Down the Hatch (Switch)

Residual Review: Down the Hatch (Switch)

A crashed spaceship, an unknown planet, and a mysterious secret hiding beneath the surface: side-scrolling survival game Residual appears to have it all. But is it a hidden gem, or bogged down by its own inexplicable ooze? It’s a tale as old as time:...

6 Fair

Momolu and Friends Review: As Easy as A-B-C (Switch)

As we grow up, many of us lose touch with the things we adored as a kid. When was the last time you sat down to colour in? Or create a scrapbook with all your friends? Luckily, Momolu the panda is ready to show you how to slow down for a minute and u...

6 Fair

SkateBIRD Review: A Fair Feather Friend (Switch)

If you love cute birds and skateboarding, this one is for you! Grab your friends and your tiny deck and pull off some sick combos in the one and only SkateBIRD - a game about trying your best, no matter how big or small you might be. Skateboarding ga...

6 Fair
Stranded deep thrown into the deep end switch review

Stranded Deep Review: Thrown Into the Deep End (Switch)

When your whole world comes crashing down and you're the only survivor, how are you expected to rebuild from that? Whilst many would sit back and give up, Stranded Deep lets you face every fear. From unknown creatures dwelling below the surface to ha...

5 Average
Ultra Age Review: Slash to Survive (Switch)

Ultra Age Review: Slash to Survive (Switch)

An action slasher in the vein of Devil May Cry, Ultra Age is a post-apocalyptic tale of a boy and his robot, fighting their way to the truth. With a large variety of blades and some minor performance issues, players are in for a good time (if they ca...

6 Fair
Monster Harvest Review: Frustrating Farming (Switch)

Monster Harvest Review: Planimal Potential (Switch)

The premise of Monster Harvest sounds almost too good to be true: a farming action RPG combined with monster catching mechanics, what could be better? Unfortunately, playing this on the Nintendo Switch might not be the best for your eyes. The concept...

7 Good
Necrobarista Final Pour Review Coffee to Die For cover

Necrobarista – Final Pour Review: Coffee to Die For

Experience a visual novel with a Venti-sized portion of snark, melancholy, and style in Route 59's Necrobarista: Final Pour. Excellent writing and cinematography help tell its coffee and death-themed story, but technical flaws leave a slightly bitter...

8 Great
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