Do we stay awake for fear of nightmares, or do we sleep to escape from the ones we’re living through? In this review, we take a look at how Coconut Island Studios redefines suffering on the Nintendo Switch with Shio!
Every once in a while, it is nice to go on a vacation, to unwind and relax. Bandai Namco clearly has something in mind when they made Go Vacation, so read on to find out if Go Vacation can replace a real vacation.
As surely as rain falls, a new Picross arrives from Jupiter – bringing more fresh puzzles to the Nintendo Switch! In this review, we take a look at how Picross S2 renews a legacy of addictive and phenomenal puzzle-solving fun!
“High Horse Entertainment” + “Windjammers” = “Disc Jam”?! You don’t know what I mean?
After Overcooked’s surprise success on Nintendo Switch, Team17 and Ghost Town Games have brought forward Overcooked 2, a sequel to the chaotic cooking game. In this review, we take a look at Overcooked 2 and find out whether it’s able to survive in the kitchen.
There’s always a party game for all ages, maybe this time the kids can stay out of this party game as Snap Finger Click prepares a party game specifically for 18 and up.
Bandai Namco Entertainment’s popular music rhythm game, Taiko no Tatsujin, has finally hit Nintendo Switch in Japan today. In this review, we take a look at how Taiko no Tatsujin: Nintendo Switch Version fares with its list of songs, controls, multiplayer options, and how it stacks against the classic arcade version.
ICEY is a side-scrolling melee combat game with a unique twist in the form of an omnipresent voice. The narration is reminiscent of Stanley Parable with the meta-commentary and admonishments when you disregard commands.
Ys franchise’s Adol has hit shipwreck again, this time on a dangerous uncharted island with an ancient past. Will Nihom Falcom take us on a fantastic adventure once again with YS VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, read on to find out.