The Snack World remains a mysterious and bizarre place as Elias offers another installment in her fictional journey.
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Does this paradoxical, naive-yet-suggestive Metroidvania stick the landing as a potential best indie of early 2020?
Brutally difficult in a very non-souls-like manner, does One Step From Eden manage to deliver and improve on the foundations of its Blue Bomber origins?
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I hoped to get lost in Oninaki, but I instead found some half-hearted action combat and an emotionally raw and sometimes wacky tale.
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.
Here are some of Rich’s initial impressions of Skellboy, coming to Switch January 30th.
Roguelikes often try to keep players out of their later levels, but Children of Morta keeps it all in the family with persistent level-ups, buffs, and checkpoints.
Here are some first impressions of Oninaki on Nintendo Switch.
As a higher-budget indie release, is Ashen massive enough to be considered a worthy expedition? Rich takes on this quiet Soulslike to find out.
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.