Poison Control Review (Nintendo Switch)

When we think about Hell, we think about darkness, fire, suffering, and terror. We imagine Hell to look somewhat how Dante Alighieri portrayed it in his Inferno, and there has been a long list of games that draw from these depictions of Hell (e.g. Dante’s Inferno, Doom, Diablo, and Devil May Cry). There seems to …

We Should Talk Review (Nintendo Switch)

Relationships are messy things. Drawing lines and defining what they entail can bring a mixed bag of emotions and history into play, further complicating an already tricky situation. What you say can be the difference between moving forward and burning down what you already have. This is the premise of We Should Talk, a short …

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Review (Nintendo Switch)

After years of rumors, Skyward Sword HD is finally here and set to find even more success on the Nintendo Switch. Not that it wasn’t successful on the Wii, mind you; its Metascore of 93 proves universal acclaim at the time. But a late 2011 release meant its sales were weaker (relatively speaking) as many …

Save Me Mr. Tako: Definitive Edition Review (Nintendo Switch)

The 1990’s introduced—among many things—the new and exciting concept of handheld gaming. With devices like the Gameboy and Game Gear, gamers had the freedom to take their favorite titles outside of the house and experience them wherever they wanted for the first time. There are many people who have very fond memories of those early …

To The Moon Review (Nintendo Switch)

Originally released on PC back in 2011, To The Moon was created by Kan Gao using the RPG Maker XP toolkit based on his own experiences with his grandfather’s life-threatening condition, and influenced by his own questions about end-of-life thoughts and whether a person can live with their regrets. Fast forward 9 years and one …

Robotics;Notes Elite Review (Nintendo Switch)

Originally released in 2012 as the third mainline entry in the Science Adventure series, Chiyomaru Studios has revamped Robotics;Notes for the new decade. The Robotics;Notes Elite Double Pack not only sees the visual novel’s release into the west for the first time, but also comes with a brand new sequel and the latest entry in …

My Friend Pedro Review (Nintendo Switch)

Pedro is the name of the funny, emoji-looking banana that tells the protagonist who to kill, provides little to no reason as to why, and then cracks jokes about the gruesome deaths. The player starts the game as the masked protagonist (who oddly resembles Smoke from Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege) with no background on …

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido Review (Nintendo Switch)

In a world where many people strive for edgy and mature content, sometimes, it can’t hurt to go back and enjoy the stupid stuff. Because let us be honest: this game’s design concept is quite weird. Fighting people by eating sushi and throwing plates? That can’t be anything worthwhile, right? Luckily, this game is no …

Miitopia Review (Nintendo Switch)

Miitopia originally launched on the Nintendo 3DS back in 2016. With the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has decided to release a port with graphics that work with the console while also adding in some new content. However, can this quirky little RPG still stand its own on a new console? Story When the Dark Lord starts …