Chicken Police Review (Nintendo Switch)

A genre made popular in the 1940’s and 50’s, noir fiction portrays society in shades of gray, both figuratively and, in the case of motion picture titles, literally. The heroes have demons of their own, and the law is seen as barely above the criminals they catch. Chicken Police is a point-and-click adventure set firmly …

Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm Review (Nintendo Switch)

Oceanhorn 2 broke its exclusivity from the Apple Arcade and submerged onto the Nintendo Switch as yet another action-adventure game to dive into. It drops the stretched out chibi-like look present in the first game for more realistic visuals. Instead of the $4.99 monthly subscription on Apple Arcade, a flat fee of $29.99 will have …

Torchlight III Review (Nintendo Switch)

Torchlight III marks the third installment of the series. Previously known as Torchlight Frontiers, the game was given a new name and drastic changes were made to make it feel like a true sequel to previous games in the series. Some of these changes included an ACT structure for its story, an Online or Offline …

Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Director’s Cut Review (Nintendo Switch)

In 2010, Shantae: Risky’s Revenge released as a DSiWare title for the Nintendo DS. It did fairly well, but it was its cult following that put the series on the map and ensured the series’ success going forward. Since its initial release, the game has seen ports to various other platforms. However, it wasn’t until recently …

Ikenfell Review (Nintendo Switch)

What happens when you throw some magic, school students, and, most importantly, cats into a cauldron? Likely nothing good, but Ikenfell hits all the nails and combines them into one. Developed by Happy Ray Games and brought to the Nintendo Switch by Humble Games, find out if Ikenfell is a game that stands its ground …

Hades Review (Nintendo Switch)

Supergiant Games is known for their hit titles such as Bastion and Transistor. They’ve once again come together to work on a new game, this time named Hades. The big question on everyone’s mind is whether it’ll maintain the quality they’re known for, or fall to the depths of hell as a failure of a …

Panzer Paladin Review (Nintendo Switch)

Those who grew up playing games on the NES know how difficult they can be. One wrong jump meant your hours of progress were for naught. Yet these games held a kind of magic with their simpler graphics and electronic soundtracks. Panzer Paladin is a game that takes the nostalgia many people hold for action platformers …

Ys Origin Review (Nintendo Switch)

Ys Origin marks the second game from the Ys series to make its way to the Nintendo Switch. If you weren’t previously aware, there are a large number of Ys games in existence. Nintendo Switch gamers can finally experience what the series has to offer, with hopefully many more titles to come. Story A search …

The Survivalists Review (Nintendo Switch)

Throughout history, apes have served many roles for humanity. They’ve manned spacecraft, provided entertainment, and have been kept as pets by many individuals. Their intelligence and ability to be easily trained have given them a favorable image. Team17’s new game The Survivalists puts a spotlight on just how useful monkeys can be with a bit …

Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! Review (Switch)

The life of a Prinny isn’t an easy one. The Prinny games sure make that clear. Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! is the sequel to Prinny 1: Can I Really Be The Hero? and both games will be available either in a physical bundle or individual digital purchases. Story Yet another incident has …