RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures brings the classic amusment park sim series to the Nintendo Switch. Is a a thrill ride? Read on…
Atari Flashback Classics brings 150 ’80s-era home arcade games to Switch. Is it worth picking up? Read our full review.
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin is a point-and-click adventure in the classic mold with visuals inspired by Studio Ghibli. Read our review.
After winning heart and minds at IndieCade an on Steam, does this local multiplayer port for Nintendo Switch leave orbit?
The beautiful fictional board game Armello makes the move to the Nintendo Switch.
Two Tribes Games has released a match-three title as a NintendoSwitch exclusive. As we discuss the history of match-three games and addiction, we ask what this one offers…
Dead Cells combines the popular features of the Roguelike and Metroidvania genres; a game that aspires to provide the thrill of perma-death and the sense of persistent exploration that comes with finding hidden routes or accessing new areas.
The time has finally come to Crush Your Enemies on the Switch! Take control of a barbarian horde as they drink, plunder and destroy everything in their path.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of the best multiplayer games out there. How does it hold up on the Switch? Find out in our review!
Garage: Bad Trip is inspired by B-movies but plays like an AAA title. Can you handle the intensity? Find out in our review!
Explore a vast new wilderness in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Is this game as mystical as its title? Find out in our review!
FOX n FORESTS is a retro-inspired journey into 16-bit era platformers that stands out for its interesting weather mechanics. Visit the foxy forests in all four seasons and read our complete review.
InnerSpace lets players explore inverted spherical worlds, but are its flight mechanics enough to keep you intrigued, or will this game just leave you blowin’ in the wind? Read on…
Indie favorite development software GameMaker Studio from YoYoGames adds Nintendo Switch as a development platform.
Recently ported to the Nintendo Switch, this 2015 game about hunting, deer and arguably religion is nothing if controversial. Is it a tranquil and thoughtful work of art, or a big bucking disappointment?