While I and Me has its simple charms between its laid back music, easygoing pace, and periodic Zen-like words of calmness there is a point where that approach can backfire. There is no doubt in my mind that there’s a class of gamer that will enjoy it, perhaps even a […]
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While I began getting acquainted with Rocket Fist I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it. The controls were simple to understand, and the action was intense and frantic. Yet, underneath that simplicity, there was plenty of room for skill and even strategy. In the back of my mind […]
If Snipperclips would be considered the cute and quirky puzzle game in the Nintendo Switch family, 30 levels into Death Squared I’m thinking it would be the drunk uncle. It has a pretty offbeat sense of humor (flashes of Portal’s GLaDOS quickly come to mind), is a bit weird, but […]
Of all the upcoming Indie titles coming to the Nintendo Switch there’s none that I’m more genuinely excited for than Rocket League. Not so much for the opportunity to play it, my current logged game time for it on Steam stands at 491 hours, but for the opportunity for more […]
Flat Heroes is an excellent lesson in the fact that what may look simple may, in face, be something spectacular.
Retro arcade look and feel with modern sensibilities and action? Hyper Sentinel delivers the goods…
Looking for some hacking and slashing in an alien landscape? Phantom Trigger may be for you…
Classic Adventure gaming is coming to the Switch in the form of Syberia 3, take a look…
The goal of this exercise is to shed light on independent games out there that I’ve had a great time playing and that would seem to be well-suited to playing portably on the Nintendo Switch. Nothing is listed here because of any special insights and there’s no “wink wink” to […]