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Browse all of our detailed and informative Switch game reviews for the latest Nintendo Switch games from niche indies to big AAA titles.
A Space Odyssey
July 15, 2018 - Explore the high seas of deep space in a brand new roguelike twin-stick shooter where you play as a monster-slaying bounty hunter.
Read more: Blacksea Odyssey Review
A Mega Man X roguelike
July 11, 2018 - Taking classic gaming formulas and adapting them to modern indie roguelikes seems to be a growing trend. So, does Mega Man X work well as a roguelike? 20XX is here to answer that question.
Read more: 20XX Review
A highly underrated puzzler returns
July 10, 2018 - If you're as much of a puzzle game fanatic as I am, you've probably played Magical Drop. Money Puzzle Exchanger takes that classic formula and adds a coin exchange mechanic as well as a cast of anime idols so let's get ready to count some change!
Read more: ACA NeoGeo: Money Puzzle Exchanger Review
Nameless but far from generic
July 9, 2018 - If you want a fast-paced hack-and-slash sword-swinging ki-blasting RPG, here's a game for you. The Nameless Chronicles is from Anima Project, the developers who also created the predecessor, simply titled Anima: Gate of Memories.
Read more: Anima: Gate of Memories - The Nameless Chronicles Review
Kunio-kun's innovative yet outdated debut
July 9, 2018 - The beat 'em up genre has been around for decades so let's see where it all began. Renegade (AKA Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-kun) introduced gamers to street brawling way back in 1986 but does it hold up more than 30 years later?
Read more: Arcade Archives: Renegade Review
Definitely not for shmup fans
July 8, 2018 - Very few genres are as immediately gratifying as a good old shoot 'em up. Does 1917: The Alien Invasion DX have what it takes to test genre fans' skills or are you better off sticking to classic arcade shooters?
Read more: 1917: The Alien Invasion DX Review
A cute on-the-go puzzler
July 6, 2018 - Innovative puzzle games are hard to come by in this day and age. Thankfully, Yuso offers a simple yet unique puzzle-filled world that'll keep you trying to solve its clever puzzles for hours.
Read more: Yuso Review
Would anyone like a hot drink?
July 5, 2018 - Lightwood Games have been creating puzzlers based on tried and true formulas for a few years now and here is their latest noodle-scratching experiment. So, grab a cup of tea and your favourite biscuit and let's help Phil fill out some pics.
Read more: Fill-a-Pix: Phil's Epic Adventure Review
A button-mashing fantasy
July 2, 2018 - As if Data East's Gate of Doom wasn't obscure enough, here's its little-known sequel.
Read more: Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Wizard Fire Review
Psikyo does it again
July 1, 2018 - The arcade shoot 'em up ports keep on coming and here's a classic from the turn of the century. The original Gunbird may have been a bit too simple but does this sequel offer anything new and exciting?
Read more: Gunbird 2 Review