Twitter Facebook Spotify Apple Soundcloud “a throwback to the early days of JRPGs where engaging story and character development ruled supreme” ‘Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition’ has arrived on the Nintendo […]
A challenging and absorbing Roguelike strategy game built more for advanced players than the casual crowd.
Any qualms I may have had quickly disappeared as I was sucked into the world of the colony
Less a game, more an interactive piece of philosophical art.
A good, fun puzzler with a satisfying level challenge, but this is a mobile game at heart and it’s hard to recommend on Switch when you almost certainly own a smartphone.
You might ask, why am I wasting your time with pointless memories of a little known book series? The answer is simple; the maps and drawings recorded in those exercise books have been brought to life on Nintendo Switch with the release of Drawngeon.
Venture into a distant moon base, uncovering the secrets hidden within in this engaging and intelligent first-person puzzler.
Not Tonight’s willingness to tackle weighty topics (however cack-handedly), a hugely satisfying core gameplay loop and gorgeous art and sound design all stand strongly in its favour. However, horrible controls and some disastrous design decisions really did undermine this for me and leave me fed up with playing it.
I’ll admit, when it was announced to the Switch Island group that we had a review code for Aviary Attorney I had absolutely no idea what to expect.