Atelier Ryza Switch Review: Crafting up a Good Time

Re-synthesizing alchemy Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout is a beautiful JRPG, it’s a reboot of everything Atelier, character designs, story, everything, meaning Ryza is the perfect entry point into the world of Atelier games and not just one for existing fans. Okay yes it pretty much looks the same, has a similar … Continue reading

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Switch Review: A Digivolution of Classic Monster Taming

It’s fitting that the definitive version of the Digimon 20th anniversary game came out just in time for the West’s 20th anniversary. Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition features not just one but both fully fledged well received Cyber Sleuth games to grace this console generation marking a return to digital monster taming and evolving … Continue reading

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review – Long Title, eh?

Twelve years after the series began, we’re still here. Mario and Sonic take to the track again – bringing a cast of characters with them – to compete in the Olympic Games. They’ve visited Beijing, London, Rio, Vancouver, Sochi, and now they travel to their country of origin: Japan. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic … Continue reading

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Switch Review – Highly Polished, Ghost Bustin’ Nintendo Fun

Luigi's Mansion 3 Switch Review

Not specifically set in a Mansion as such, but rather a Hotel this time around, Luigi’s Mansion 3 sees Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and a bunch of Toads set off on a holiday to stay in a fancy looking hotel. But all is not as it seems, as I soon discovered. Featuring some fantastic visuals, … Continue reading

Dusk Diver Switch Review: A Taiwanese Anime Hack ‘n’ Slash

Dusk Diver is an anime styled hack ‘n’ slash set in the Ximending district in Taipei, Taiwan. You play as Yang Yumo a high school student thrown into a world of guardian deities (a mystical race called Kunlunians) and chaos beasts when she strolls into the alternate dimension of Youshanding and accidentally has a guardian’s … Continue reading

Cat Quest II Switch Review: The Purr-fect Sequel?

The pawer of fur-riendship Cat Quest II is a simply meowgical nostalgic return to Felingard, but if you’ve played the original you probably already knew it would be. If you liked Cat Quest forget this review and just go buy Cat Quest II you won’t regret it. For those uninitiated in the charming ways of … Continue reading

Mistover Switch Review – Dungeon Crawling from PUBG Devs

Dungeon crawling with a difference Developed by Korean devs Krafton, who also made PUBG comes a new IP; a Western gothic/Japanese inspired permadeath dungeon RPG. Sounds interesting right? Well that’s because it is. Mistover is based in the Kingdom of Arta, where the Pillar of despair, a giant vortex spewing esper filled mist has ravaged … Continue reading

Family Tree Switch Review

Loco Roco meets Angry Birds You play as Mr or Mrs Fruit who’ve had all their baby fruits stolen by an evil blue floating candy skull called Pedro because being the responsible parents you are left all your babies to sleep outside alone while you slept in your comfy bed. Rather than steal all your … Continue reading

Summer Vibes DLC Review for Horizon Chase Turbo

Summer might be over but the Switch’s best arcade racer has you covered with the Summer Vibes DLC. Bringing 12 remixed tracks to playthrough in a short career mode while driving a tribute to the car that started it all: the Ferrari Testarossa.  Summer Vibes is a straightforward affair, finish each race 3rd or higher … Continue reading

Spirit Hunter: NG Switch Review – Spirit Battling Horror Visual Novel

Spirit Hunter NG nintendo switch review

Spirit Hunter: NG is the second game in the Spirit Hunter series after Death Mark. It’s a horror visual novel developed by Experience Inc. who have made many a dungeon crawler RPG until starting the Spirit Hunter series. Within the first 15 minutes of playing NG I could tell this was a massive improvement over … Continue reading

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