Category: Reviews

Cave Story+ – Switch Review

Originally released for PC by indie developer Pixel in 2004 Cave Story has become something of a cult classic with Metroidvania fans: either you love it or you’ve never heard of it. It’s been released on multiple platforms (mainly Nintendo...

/ March 22, 2020
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX – Switch Review

Welcome back to where the Mystery Dungeon series all began! With this reimagining of the first entries, interact with fellow Pokémon, delve into dungeons and embark on rescue missions. However, it begs the question just how far a game can...

/ March 17, 2020
Escape Doodland

Escape Doodland – Switch Review (Quick)

Escape Doodland is a 2D sidescrolling auto-runner where you must outrun the gigantic dragon monster behind you. Jump from platform-to-platform, use matchsticks to fart, propelling yourself or stunning the monster if it gets too close, and collect beans that are...

/ March 17, 2020
Dead or School

Dead or School – Switch Review

In a world overridden by a zombie plague that has forced the leftovers of society underground, a cast of self-aware over-sexualized anime-girls peruse the tunnels of the subway system, armed with an arsenal that would make Ratchet proud. Gameplay Before...

/ March 14, 2020
Neon City Riders

Neon City Riders – Switch Review

After the robot rebellion, Neon City is in an irreversible state of dystopia. With the four gang leaders claiming their turf in each surrounding territory, it’s up to you to bring down them down, all the while fulfilling the many...

/ March 12, 2020

Hidden Through Time – Switch Review

As a kid I was an avid fan of the Where’s Wally? picture books (that’s Waldo to you North American heretics). And for some reason, it never occurred to me how fitting that format could be for a video game....

/ March 12, 2020

Afterparty – Switch Review

Who would’ve thought that Hell isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be? Lola and Milo are unexpectedly struck down in the prime of their lives and when they find themselves in the depths of the Netherworld, they must find...

/ March 6, 2020
Metro Redux

Metro Redux – Switch Review

Metro Redux on Nintendo Switch allows players to experience Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light like never before. With Russia transformed into a post-apocalyptic dystopia, where the surface air is toxic and mutated monsters will feast on the innocent, civilians...

/ March 4, 2020
Samurai Shodown

Samurai Shodown – Switch Review

The lesser-known classic fighting cousin of Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Street Fighter has returned for the Nintendo Switch, with an archaic story-mode, shoddy graphics and a wealth of brilliant beat-em-up fights. Gameplay The combat in Samurai Shodown is slower-paced than...

/ March 2, 2020
Two Point Hospital Switch Review

Two Point Hospital – Switch Review

In a world of Jimmy Neutron lookalikes with Sims-like gameplay and some Game Dev Tycoon style goalposts come Two Point Hospital, a brilliant simulation experience that puts you, a very likely unqualified individual, in charge of building a medical facility....

/ March 1, 2020