Balan Wonderworld Review (Nintendo Switch)

Balan Worldworld has made people wonder how good of a game it’d be after hitting the eyes and ears of people from around the world. A game presented by the Sonic The Hedgehog creator and Square Enix with stunning character designs easily caught the attention of many. Now that the game is finally available on …

Root Film Review (Nintendo Switch)

The Shimane Prefecture is an area on the western side of Japan’s Honshu island. The region contains several shrines and landmarks; a few of which are some of the oldest buildings in all of the country. This locale is the backdrop of Kadokawa Games’ series of mystery titles, which started with Root Letter several years …

Littlewood Review (Nintendo Switch)

Yet another cute pixel art game blesses us with its presence. Games usually begin when the evil villain starts to cause mayhem; however, it’s a little different in Littlewood. Instead of struggling with the last boss fight and its minions, the game invites you to a more laidback experience. Story The world of Solemn is …

Blue Fire Review (Nintendo Switch)

One night, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Celeste, and Hollow Knight all gathered together at the neighborhood soup kitchen to create a new recipe for the needy players of the community. After taking some time to finalize their new creation, they prepared the meal and set it out on the tables with the …

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Review (Switch)

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town marks the third Story of Seasons title to hit the Nintendo Switch. Developed and published by Marvelous and Xseed, the game is the latest instalment of the series as of writing this review. It aims to address issues from previous Story of Seasons games while introducing familiar mechanics …

Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos Review (Nintendo Switch)

A quick look at Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos screams “Zelda” right off the bat. The game is an open-world 2D action-adventure RPG with roguelike elements. What’s notable about this game is the ability to play with up to 4 players at a time. You’re also not limited to local multiplayer sessions, so you can …

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review (Nintendo Switch)

Rice is undoubtedly one of the most important crops in the world. Humanity has been eating rice for centuries, and it remains one of the world’s most grown and consumed foods. It’s no surprise, then, that it has been included in video game titles that featured farming elements in the past. However, those looking for …

Haven Review (Nintendo Switch)

How far would you go for your true love? Would you leave everything behind and run away with them to an abandoned planet, or would you give in to dictatorship and acknowledge it wasn’t meant to be? Haven is a game that goes along those lines where the bond you have with your true love …

Crown Trick Review (Nintendo Switch)

Yet another rogue-like RPG makes its way to the Nintendo Switch. This time it’s Crown Trick, an interactive strategy adventure that moves as you move. Brought to you by Team17 and NEXT Studios, find out if this game is for you by reading our review. Story When fate brings a young girl named Elle to …

Spiritfarer Review (Nintendo Switch)

Every so often, games come around that try to push the limits of their genres in an effort to broaden their appeal. According to the official website, Spriritfarer is a “cozy management game about dying.” That it is, but it’s also much more than that. Fans of more in-depth management games may not find quite …