Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove has reminded me, once again, to be weary of random presents, and that many of us looked (and acted like) goobers towards the end of the millennium.
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Aborigenus jumps onto the Switch with wonderful art assets and a soundtrack that while limited, sets the stage for a strange, but short journey among the clouds.
One More Dungeon succeeds not by creating something brand-new, but rather from embracing older design concepts in a refreshing way.
Elias wakes up in a realm full of panties and Monster Girls. When the girls are being struck with a strange and violent effect, what can a sister do but lend a helping hand?
In Drawngeon, the general theme is “bite me.” If you insist.
I Am Setsuna is a beautiful, peaceful game that oozes nostalgia in most ways, with some sharp flaws.
Do you have an opinion on capital punishment? How about euthanasia? Arranged marriages? Scientific ethics? If you don’t, then start thinking about it- Monochrome Order is throwing you into the deep end of the philosophical pool.
Immortal Planet doesn’t offer an experience that feels like an eternity, but it successfully translates its aspirations to an isometric perspective in a way that will satisfy souls fans.
After some additional time in the oven, does this ARPG mash-up provide a fresh enough experience, or will its many challenges cause your patience to decay?
The beauty of Vampyr is that it puts you in the state of mind of an actual vampire. For that alone, it might be worth a taste.
On narrative ambition alone, Romancing SaGa 3 deserves a spot alongside the coveted RPGs of the Super Nintendo era.
In Cat Quest II, return to Felingard for a new adventure. But things are pawfully different this time around, as a new doggy companion joins the fray. Fur real!