Tag: Indie Review

Knight Squad

Knight Squad – Switch Review (Quick)

Knight Squad is 1-8 player party action game that has you competing in various modes in order to emerge victorious. Upgrade your weapons, swing your swords and complete objectives to become the bravest knight of them all. To arms! Good...

/ May 30, 2020
Monster Prom XXL

Monster Prom: XXL – Switch Review

The Monster Prom is coming up and you must find a date to avoid being the laughing stock of your fellow vampire and gorgon students. Sweet talk (or commit heinous atrocities) to impress your potential date and in multiplayer, talk...

/ May 28, 2020
Bug Fables

Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling – Switch Review

Can’t wait for the upcoming Paper Mario? Itching for a Zelda-like story and world? Haven’t had your fix of fresh Pokemon battles in some time? Then Bug Fables is the mishmash from heaven that you need. Gameplay As you traverse...

/ May 27, 2020

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky – Switch Review

Games set in historical times tend to get bogged down in their setting that’ll alienate some players. Luckily, Red Wings is a fast paced WWI-era dogfighting game that doesn’t take itself too seriously. So just how does this divergent game...

/ May 26, 2020
PONG Quest

PONG Quest – Switch Review

Pong, considered by many to be the grandfather of all games, returns every so often to bring us the simple gameplay of the olden days once again. The franchise has showed up on Genesis, PlayStation, Nintendo DS, and has now...

/ May 26, 2020
Cannibal Cuisine

Cannibal Cuisine – Switch Review (Quick)

Among the slew of party co-op games comes Cannibal Cuisine, a game where you and other tribesmen must slay tourists and use their meat to make sacrificial dishes in order to appease the god Hooboochoo. Use special abilities, cook the...

/ May 19, 2020
WHAT THE GOLF?

WHAT THE GOLF? – Switch Review

After spending multiple hours on a dark and gritty first-person shooter, there may be no better way to wind down than sinking a couple holes in WHAT THE GOLF?. Take your clubs, bowling ball, toaster, horse – you name it...

/ May 19, 2020

Dungeon of the Endless – Switch Review

PC games and mobile apps seem to be finding their way onto the Nintendo eShop more and more often lately, but with mobile apps being even more accessible/portable than a Switch, does this trend benefit games like Dungeon of the...

/ May 16, 2020
Alwa's Awakening

Alwa’s Awakening – Switch Review (Quick)

Zoe, a young staff-wielding warrior, has been transported to the city of Alwa to save it from the evil that threatens its safety. In an homage to the great platformers of the 80s, Alwa’s Awakening‘s 8 bit visuals provides a...

/ May 11, 2020
Dark Burial

Dark Burial – Switch Review (Quick)

With the army of the undead advancing on your homeland, one brave warrior must take up their trusty crossbow and use it to slay the evil that lays before you and use your bolts as platforms to proceed onward. Dark...

/ May 11, 2020