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2878 Published Reviews
Sniper Elite 5PS5
Sniper Elite 5 is the best the series has been, with layered combat, huge maps, and tons of options to get that all-important kill.
Hardspace: Shipbreaker is like no other game out there, and offers a genuinely immersive and rewarding experience.
Touken Ranbu WarriorsSwitch
Touken Ranbu Warriors has some great new ideas for the genre, but its lack of any challenge really lets it down.
Evil Dead: The GameXbox Series X
Evil Dead: The Game is a great concept for an asymmetrical multiplayer game, but poor combat and terrible balancing makes it hard to recommend.
Floppy KnightsXbox Series X
Floppy Knights combines card game and turn-based tactics to create an experience that demands to be played. And it’s on Game Pass now!
There are dozens of alternatives out there either for Dark Souls fans or sci-fi nuts, and Dolmen is just too riddled with issues to recommend.
Eternal Threads has a fantastic idea that's well-executed, with some great story beats and characters you can't help but like.
Vampire: The Masquerade - SwansongPC
Vampire - The Masquerade: Swansong offers a deep RPG game and an engrossing story, with some well-designed puzzles along the way.
If you have a Quest and are looking for something to help you relax and wind down, Little Cities VR is the perfect city-builder to while away a few afternoons.
Crystar runs really well on the Switch, but is held back by poor combat and level design.
The Centennial Case : A Shijima StoryPS5
The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story is a great example of FMV done right, with a captivating mystery and engaging investigations throughout.
Eiyuden Chronicle: RisingPC
Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising has flashy combat and gorgeous visuals, but the repetitive gameplay loop really holds it back.
We Were Here ForeverPC
We Were Here Forever is a fun, challenging co-op puzzler, but it's too long and has too many obtuse puzzles to easily recommend to everyone.
Salt and SacrificePC
Salt and Sacrifice may not be the best Metroidvania ever made, but as a 2D distillation of the Soulslike formula, this is pure gaming alchemy.
Imp of the SunSwitch
Imp of the Sun isn’t a bad game at all, but with a few issues and so much choice when it comes to Metroidvanias it’s tough to recommend.
King Arthur: Knight's TalePC
Aside a few complaints here and there, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is a grim, compelling take on the legend of Camelot.
Loot River offers a challenge for the most sadistic of players. While the combat elements are enjoyable and the moving platforms give it a new spin that really works, I just always felt cheated with the lack of progress I was making.
Bugsnax runs really well on Switch, but loses a little magic without the DualSense.
Bugsnax: The Isle of BIGsnaxSwitch
The new massive Bugsnax are as charming as ever, but the Isle of Bigsnax is over before you know it.
Ganryu 2 - Hakuma KojiroSwitch
Despite some occasional slowdown and framerate shenanigans Ganryu 2 is beautifully animated and moves around at a fair old lick, and the whole package is just a gorgeous neo-retro arcade treat.
Lila’s Sky ArkSwitch
Lila's Sky Ark looks and sounds terrific, and whilst pretty easy to complete, is a decent little diversion with some unique aspects that will provide a gentle and strange diversion from reality.
Rogue Legacy 2PC
Rogue Legacy 2 is a gorgeous looking game with solid gameplay and a satisfying loop that will keep you playing for hours and hours.
Nintendo Switch SportsSwitch
Nintendo Switch Sports is all about multiplayer action. With more to come in the future, it truly is excellent to have Sports back for the latest generation of Nintendo console.
Green Hell VRPC
None of Green Hell VR: Quest Edition feels like filler. It takes some adaptation, but it’s still an immersive adventure into the unknown.
Lumote: The Mastermote ChroniclesSwitch
Lumote is a fun and great looking game, and the sense of depth and scale of the world is a treat to immerse yourself in for a while.