In its current state, Stranded Sails is best left marooned on its island of sadness.
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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.
Unsure of Regions of Ruin? So is Ali – read their review of this side-scrolling RPG with town building here!
Farabel is an experience where sacrifices must be made, but is the sacrifice of your time worth it in the end?
In a year already stacked with a number of quality Switch RPG releases, Star Ocean: First Departure R has been a pleasant, budget-friendly surprise.
Space Pioneer is fun in short bursts, but will a lack of originality keep it from escaping the gravity of mediocrity?
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?
What would you get if you fused Pokemon and Hearthstone? Cardpocalypse, I’d presume.
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.
For what it’s trying to do, there’s nothing quite like Heroland elsewhere on the Nintendo Switch. Whether or not what Heroland tries to do is a well-realized product, however, might still be up for debate.
On narrative ambition alone, Romancing SaGa 3 deserves a spot alongside the coveted RPGs of the Super Nintendo era.
Pokemon has finally come to a home console, but does a more powerful platform result in a more substantial experience?