This trippy Soulslike struggles with the weight of its ambition, among other issues.
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Here’s what Nestor is playing this weekend! What are YOU going to play?
This month, the SwitchRPG team will be sharing lists (ex. four most surprising Switch RPGs, etc.) in honor of the console turning four this month! Next up, Clark’s picks!
With Hellpoint releasing in just a few days on Switch, Clark has outlined some things you can expect from the soulslike sci-fi/occult RPG!
If you have ever wanted to experience Dark Souls, or have been dying to take it on the road with you, the Switch version of it is a great choice.
This difficult action RPG can stress you out so much, your hair will turn gray. Oh wait, that’s just the player character.
Join Gio in this new Let’s Play series of Dark Souls Remastered on Nintendo Switch!
Watch the first 24 minutes of Blasphemous here!
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?
This second attempt in the Animus series offers a nice, compact, and pretty Soulslike that’s a step above its predecessor, but that still isn’t saying all that much.