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.
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.
Saturday Morning RPG Review
Video games, cartoons and comic books; this is what defined a child's life in the 80s and the 90s. It's a recipe that when mixed together creates a concoction so strong that it's hard to think poorly of it. At least, this is the case when you're talking about most games that have a noticeable amount of passion put into them. Saturday Morning RPG, on the other hand, doesn't succeed in its attempt to recreate the nostalgic life we all crave so dearly.
Skies of Fury DX Review
Skies of Fury DX for the Nintendo Switch tackles The Great War, not from the ground but from a romanticized and action-oriented view of the air battles between the Royal Air Force and what looks to be the German Luftstreitkräfte as they battle for air superiority over the Front.
InnerSpace (Switch) Review
InnerSpace is an exploratory adventure game that puts you in control of a survey drone designed to trace the hidden history of a long-dead civilization. Designed for an audience that holds quiet, exploratory games in high regard, it offers the freedom to explore unique worlds free from the annoyances of aggressive enemies, ticking clocks, and other invasive mechanics.
Sparkle Unleashed (Switch) Review
Sparkle Unleashed, seen previously on PC and Xbox, brings its match-three puzzle gaming to the Nintendo Switch. Similar in design and aesthetics to PopCap’s Zuma, I wanted to cry foul against 10tons for blatantly copying the design of a successful game. But you know what? It has been a long time since I played a match-three game and I found this to be a perfectly acceptable imitation.