While the Iron’s Hot Review (Nintendo Switch)

Have you ever played a simulation game and wished you could focus on the crafting skill set instead of bothering with things like fishing or mining? Are you tired of your character fleeing from a life of success, instead wishing you could have some ambition in a video game? Do you find the social aspect …

Moonglow Bay Review (Nintendo Switch)

The concept of cozy games has taken an identity of its own in the gaming world. With everything from a Wholesome Direct to new categories popping up on gaming store sites, the concept of relaxing in the game world has morphed into a beast of its own. With a sea’s worth of cozy games, how …

Sympathy Kiss Review (Nintendo Switch)

Dating sims have covered a wide variety of genres, love interests, and topics. No matter where your interests lie, there is usually something that can appeal to you. But with the vast amount visual novels revolving around fantasy, action, and downright outrageous plot lines, sometimes a simple office romance is just what you need. Story …

STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R Review (Nintendo Switch)

2018 was the year Square Enix launched a new yet classical-feeling JRPG called Octopath Traveler. It had a unique art style which they dubbed “HD2D” that combines 3D backgrounds and 2D sprites. This style immediately captured audiences and instantly became a hit. Square Enix would continue using this art style, for both original games like …

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown Review (Nintendo Switch)

When it comes to video game franchises, Prince of Persia made a name for itself in the 90s and early 2000s as an action adventure game. While not as massively popular as other franchises, it did have enough of a following to result in a movie production. However, the series remained mostly quiet in the …

Lonesome Village Review (Nintendo Switch)

Puzzles have been a mainstay element of games for almost as long as the medium has been around. Survival Horror often relies on them, from Silent Hill to Signalis, and entire games have been made around them like the Professor Layton series. One genre that has often neglected the use of puzzles is the social …

Paleo Pines Review (Nintendo Switch)

While the dinosaurs may be long dead, they still live on in modern culture. For decades, people around the world have grown up being fascinated by these deceased reptiles. From toys populating bedrooms to Jurassic tales on the big screen, our fascination with dinosaurs is clear to see, and living alongside them is the dream …

Crymachina Review (Nintendo Switch)

What makes someone a human? Is it the presence of a human soul required? Do they need to have a beating heart? Or is there some other, arbitrary measurement? This is a question that plenty of science fiction have already touched upon and Crymachina enters the ring to bring its own story to the table. …

Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg Review (Switch)

Many Atelier games have made their way to the Nintendo Switch, but it’s finally time for the one that started it all. Atelier Marie: The Alchemist of Salburg was first released on the PlayStation console as the Atelier title that sparked the many more that came after it. Enhanced ports were, of course, released; however, …