“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.
Ever wanted to play a sushi-themed action puzzle RPG? If so, Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido has you covered. This 3DS and Switch game (Switch version reviewed) is a new game from Nintendo and Indieszero, where you must eat massive quantities of sushi in order to defeat an evil empire. (It doesn’t make much more sense even in context.) Is this sushi to die for? Read on to find out.
For their 25th Anniversary, Atlus decided that it was a good idea to give an updated port of their wildly beloved DS game Shin Megami Tensei Strange Journey. Is it worth it to get the remake? Read on to find out.
A year after its original debut, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has finally made its way to Nintendo Switch. It’s a first player shooter set in an alternate 1960s where the Nazis won World War II and have conquered almost the entire world – including the United States.
Oh my, how things have changed in six months time. When I last reviewed FIFA 18 on the Switch, I walked away just a little underwhelmed at the experience. It wasn’t what I was used to on more powerful consoles. The engine was different, the game played slower, there were less modes and features. And while all of that remains somewhat true, I’ve put countless hours into FIFA 18 since then. I played it on the airplane to and from San Francisco for the NISA event. I play it in bed nearly every night. I kill time with it. It’s probably one of the best and most efficient gifts I’ve ever received. In a gaming sense, FIFA 18 on the Switch became my comfort food.