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Torchlight II Review

Although it lacks mod support, Torchlight II has been ported to the Switch intact with the game’s full campaign, procedurally generated dungeons and four player co-op play. Thanks to its simple-by-design art style, the game has aged pretty well visually and is as bright and colorful as it was on the PC.

Torchlight II Review

Warhammer: Chaosbane Review

In the end, Warhammer: Chaosbane is more about its satisfying gameplay than being an accurate and respectful representation of its franchise. Here, Warhammer is actually a mere coating to a competent Diablo clone rather than being an essence of it.

Warhammer: Chaosbane Review

Victor Vran Overkill Edition Review

Despite some of my gripes, the sum on the whole is a positively bloody good time. The gameplay is rewarding and exhilarating, creating an enjoyable loop that embraces the simplicity of controls by utilizing the complexity of choice. The plot and world are both in great contrast, being humorous when it needs to, but keeping a consistently grimdark tone.

Victor Vran Overkill Edition Review

Titan Quest (Switch) Review

The first thing you notice about Titan Quest is its similarity to Diablo. Keeping the God’s eye view point, you move around a bleak-looking world taking out mythical and religiously inspired enemies. The religion of choice here is Greek mythology, featuring satyrs, centaurs, harpies, and... more satyrs.

Titan Quest (Switch) Review