Sonic has had his ups and his downs, we dove into them in our recent feature on the subject. Sonic Mania is easily one of the best Sonic the Hedgehog […]
Parody is hard. Too often, bad jokes are followed by a pause for laughter that doesn’t come. Retro City Rampage DX on Switch doesn’t care. What looks like a Grand Theft Auto rip-off quickly devolves into subtle commentary on everything “bad” deified by the modern man’s nostalgia.
SMG Studio’s Death Squared is all about co-operation. Make the wrong move and you will undoubtedly face death. Luckily, the cubes that you and up to three friends will control […]
If you had told me a year ago that Nintendo would have made motion controls fashionable again with the Switch, I would have laughed. If you had gone on to […]
The full campaign only lasts up to three hours if you’re really thoughtful on your exploration; and while there is an option to revisit any previous level on the game’s completion, there isn’t much appeal in redoing the puzzles after you know their solution, not much in the way of collectables. That said, if you’re looking for a short and enjoyable experience then Bulb Boy may be exactly what you need, perfect for a plane ride or long car journey.
I And Me is a very simplistic and by-the-books puzzle game, yet another one for the Switch. You control a pair of ball-shaped cats at the same time and guide […]
GoNNER is perfect for any gamer who has pumped hours into the most difficult platformers at the arcades in the 90s. It’s Spelunky with Guns
Mr. Shifty isn’t a huge game in terms of length, but the three- to four-hour campaign is ample. It’s like a shot of adrenalin, offering an exciting, intense experience, and it’s easy to forgive the game’s performance flaws when it so consistently makes you feel like a badass.