Tied Together Review
Tied Together by Headup Games is the latest entry to Nintendo Switch’s ever-growing indie library. This unassuming title may not be a charmer among other, shinier games. However, it’s a solid cooperative puzzle-platformer with relatively interesting gameplay, provided that you have some friends to play together with, as the game is exclusively a couch co-op multiplayer.
Smash Hit Plunder Review
What's better than breaking stuff? Breaking stuff without consequences! Smash Hit Plunder for PlayStation VR lets you break everything you can get your virtual hands on, and it definitely is as fun as it sounds. Roam around a castle alone or with friends, and smash everything you see in order to find all the coins you can.
Oh My Godheads: Party Edition Review
It's not a party without some friendship-testing competition, and that's exactly what Oh My Godheads: Party Edition brings to the table on the Nintendo Switch. This hectic brawler is the perfect game for anyone looking to jump into some quick and accessible gameplay with friends, whether you're into gaming or not. With a variety of modes and colorful environments to battle in, you'll find yourself loading up the game every time you have friends over.
Ninja Shodown Review
There’s been a renewed conversation in the gaming culture lately regarding difficulty. When is a game too difficult for its own good? Personally, I like it when video games have multiple difficulty modes, but it’s also not necessarily a bad thing when there’s only one, and if it happens to be demanding.