This ambitious follow-up to River City Ransom, while fun, isn’t enough to dethrone Ben’s favorite Kunio-kun beat’em-up RPG.
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This game is full of aesthetic charms and solid visual novel gameplay, but are there any elements throughout that will have you flipping the bird?
Elias gets a taste of some gathering and questing comfort food, but is Snack World meaty enough elsewhere to an experience to be worth savoring?
Stranded on a distant, icy planet, can Evan find the warmth in his heart to melt away the frosty shortcomings of Spaceland? Okay, enough cold puns.
We revisit one of the eShop’s earliest gems, a classic action-platformer and proto-metroidvania lovingly remade for the modern era.
An enjoyable experience in general, but it also has a significant flaw.
You like shooting things? How about shooting things with friends? How about resurrecting into human dolls after death? Then play Last Encounter!
What horror game lets you take control of the eldritch abomination sent to decimate an ungrateful population?
While not mind-blowing in any way, Goblin Sword is as good as a budget-tiered Metroidvania can get – with the added appeal of light RPG elements.
I hoped to get lost in Oninaki, but I instead found some half-hearted action combat and an emotionally raw and sometimes wacky tale.
While restarting the same quest over and over can feel about as rewarding as an assembly line job, the unique blend of tabletop and turn-based RPG experiences are enough to warrant giving this a chance if you are into the idea of Mythology-meets-Oregon-Trail: The Game.
Though playable (and most definitely replayable), Arc of Alchemist lacks the finesse that can be seen in great amounts elsewhere in Action RPGs on the Nintendo Switch.