Gangs of raiders and bandits live outside of America in a post-apocalyptic world too.
A fantastic retro title that inspired Toby Fox has finally been localized for the West.
The anime version of the Wizard of Oz is a wonderfully positive experience.
Trade in your miner’s light for an engineer’s cap.
Taking on light topics such as immigration, police brutality, and socialized medicine.
A fun dungeon crawler possibly set in the darkest timeline of the Wall-E universe.
Nostalgia and Star Wars, these lead to the mobile side of the Nintendo Switch.
The best series that you may not have played is now on the Nintendo Switch.
While it’s meant to be a relaxing adventure, Summer in Mara is more often tedious than not.
Escape an ancient evil on the cruise ship from hell.
An indie title that provides a Paper Mario kind of experience but provides its own charm.
By Casey Gibson Sunless Sea is an exploration based adventure that sets sail around the dark and ominous waters surrounding Fallen London. Survival is key as you venture from port-to-port encountering both enemies and mental obstacles along the way. The world is big and traversing it takes time, leading to a much slower paced experience […]
Review by Jordan Rudek Despite being the sixth mainline entry in the series, 2020’s Sakura Wars (2019 in Japan) represents a soft reboot of the series, exchanging tactical RPG combat for an action-heavy musou style. The series’ familiar dating sim and visual novel elements remain intact and actually make up the majority of the game, […]
With Persona 5 Royal currently discounted 25% during the Sony Days of Play Sale, now is the perfect time to circle back to one of the best games in recent memory. Persona 5 is already one of the best video games ever made, so unsurprisingly when you add 30 hours of content that includes a […]
We’re super happy to review Huntdown for the Nintendo Switch. The side scrolling shoot ‘em up with plenty of ‘80s vibes is a superbly designed indie game that plays fantastic on the Switch.