Though it treads familiar ground, a spiritual sequel to Momodora can’t possibly be a bad thing, right?
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Sometimes, you just need a good arena brawler game to jump in and slash at giant hordes of enemies again, and again. Cubers: Arena is that game.
Later Daters provides a unique and surprisingly refreshing perspective in the ever-growing library of dating sims on the Switch.
If you are looking for an action-adventure game (with light RPG elements) in the same vein as other 3D Zelda games, then Oceanhorn 2 is an adventure worth sailing.
Windbound is a fine survival game, if you want to build very specific kinds of ships and kill indigenous wildlife for twenty hours.
While not incredibly long, Alwa’s Legacy feels polished and complete, featuring quality dungeon design and a clever cast of characters.
The latest retro JRPG from Hit-Point, published under KEMCO, is one of the better budget-friendly experiences they currently offer.
The second entry in the Atelier Dusk trilogy is an improvement overall compared to its predecessor, but does struggle a bit in certain areas.
While shaky in the opening act, Dex ultimately comes into its own and provides a short (but worthwhile) cyberpunk experience.
Best Friend Forever remains a relaxing, entertaining dating/dog raising sim despite its shortcomings in regards to the story.
While the debut Dusk title shows little advancement from the Arland trilogy, it holds promise for future entries while remaining a solid Atelier experience.
Does this grainy, abstract adventure title offer something different from its point-and-click brethren, or does it embrace dusty old traditions?