Does this sequel to the lovable builder/JRPG hybrid – Dragon Quest Builders – go above the accolades of its predecessor, or does it fall just short of that feat? Let’s find out!
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Isometric RPG fanatics, rejoice! First-time players, maybe do a bit of research! Lovers of good Switch ports? Wait for a patch!
I’m a hungry, hungry God Eater. But does this giant monster-brawling, action RPG deliver a hearty experience, or will it leave your stomach grumbling…?
Sally forth into this sequel to the cult classic, ActRaiser. Wait, it’s not ActRaiser 2…?
Nordic strategy and crippling depression combine to make Dead in Vinland a compelling and frustrating experience.
Grab your shovel and get ready to dig. No, not until you hit bedrock, until you have the materials for quest completion.
The modern twists, such as freedom of choice, an open world map, and near limitless side quests, separates Artifact Adventure Gaiden DX from its inspiration.
Siralim 3’s greatness is in its ability to build simple upon simple, ending up with something truly unique and far, far from where this original concept started.
What if Retro City Rumble and Shakedown: Hawaii were merged with Rogue? The answer is one of the more unique roguelikes on Switch, and boy, is it fun.
Iga has done it again.
Rick May stumble out of the gate early on, but these attributes give Fox N Forests an identity of its own, allowing Bonus Level’s debut to stand toe-to-toe with its nostalgic contemporaries.
Is this real life…? We explore the dreamscape with one of the most experimental combat systems in the genre. Will this game bring you sweet dreams, or beautiful nightmares?
Who ever heard of “Resting in Peace?” Apparently, in Graveyard Keeper, you didn’t get the memo. The question is, will you dig the mortuary business in the afterlife, or does it come off as a stiff experience?
Another mobile title makes its way to the Switch. Is this game’s flashy combat worth your while, or is this blade a bit too dull?
It’s time to Nep you up.
The long awaited 4th entry into the Atelier Arland subseries is here, but how does it do stacked up against its predecessors?
Sometimes a fusion of two distinct genres can result in a masterpiece, at other times, a disaster. On which side of the coin does Golem Gates fall? Read our review here.
If you are a fan of Castlevania: SOTN, 2D Metroid games, or just like Metroidvanias in general, Timespinner is one you shouldn’t miss.
How will you fare when the deck isn’t stacked in your favor? Well, there’s no one to blame but yourself. Evan Bee checks out this rogue-like card battling RPG here:
While not my favorite KEMCO Switch RPG to date, Legend of Tetrarchs does more than enough to earn a spot at the forefront of their current Switch RPG lineup.
The endcap to the original Atelier Arland trilogy manages to improve upon almost every aspect from the earlier entries.
If you have the patience for it, Final Fantasy X HD can come through as a rewarding experience on Nintendo Switch.
We don’t have to make the trek to Hell to know what it’s like any longer – Skelly Selest sends us on a delightfully painful journey, straight to the depths of Hell.
Evan Bee delves into the horrors of this budget RPG. Be warned, what appears here is not for the faint of heart.
Does the second entry in the Atelier Arland subseries go beyond its predecessor, or does it fall just short of that feat? Let’s find out!
Sounds like a lot of hoopla to make over a deeply flawed role-playing game that’s best experienced at 3X speed, right? Wrong.