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 …

QV Video Game Review (Nintendo Switch)

One of the most essential parts of making a video game is naming it. QV falls short on this with its two-letter name, which can make it horrendous when the time comes to search it up. Those who do cross paths with the title will find a sight to be seen and this review goes …

WeakWood Throne Review (Nintendo Switch)

When you’re watching an eShop page, you might not want to believe it’s all you’re going to get in a game. WeakWood Throne comes close to it, but its price tag truly honors the saying that you get what you pay for. Still, there aren’t many ARPGs with skating in them, which might be a …

Mercenaries Blaze: Dawn of the Twin Dragons Review (Switch)

People don’t talk about the Mercenaries games a lot on the Internet, but there are a decent number of titles already available. Mercenaries Blaze: Dawn of the Twin Dragons marks Rideon’s 5th Mercenaries title on the Nintendo Switch. It’s another turn-based SRPG that uses a grid-based battlefield, but the real question everyone wants to know …

Immortals Fenyx Rising Review (Nintendo Switch)

Inspiration can be tough to come by. However, one glitch discovered during Assassin’s Creed development has led to Immortals Fenyx Rising’s foundation. Previously named Gods and Monsters, Immortals Fenyx Rising was born from a rouge glitch that turned an enemy into a giant cyclops. Most would consider such a thing to be irregular, but the …

Phogs Review (Nintendo Switch)

Life is hard, but dogs can make it a bit easier. They are companions that are always happy to see us. No matter how badly our day goes, we know that there’s going to be one individual who will always be on our side. There’s no surprise that games of the past have taken advantage …

Moero Crystal H Review (Nintendo Switch)

There aren’t many games on Nintendo consoles that take their fanservice to extreme levels, but some aren’t afraid of the plunge. Moero Crystal H is one such game, and even though it doesn’t cross some lines, it certainly isn’t afraid to cross the others. Story Set-Up In a world where two feminine garments maintain order, …

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review (Nintendo Switch)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was a game that took the entire gaming world by storm. The open-ended gameplay moved the series in an exciting direction and influenced the industry as a whole. No doubt many were left wanting more. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity holds the promise of expanding further on …