358 Published Reviews
Pikmin 3 DeluxeSwitch
Pikmin 3 Deluxe is another comprehensive re-release with a welcome multiplayer component, but it’s a shame Nintendo didn’t polish it to the fine sheen that it deserves.
FAR: Lone SailsiOS
Despite somewhat frustrating camera controls, and a sorely missed split-screen mode, Far: Lone Sails is a smart and enjoyable landship-management game
Mario Kart Live: Home CircuitSwitch
So, ultimately, we think Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is a fantastic festive gift for a younger audience; particularly if you and your fellow parent friends can group up to get karts for your four kids. It’s a game that sparkles with creativity, and kids will easily lose hours to this while creating ever more outrageous courses.
The Survivalists isn't a great survival game, but it does have the redeeming quality of being a fairly fun retro adventure to play with friends
A beautiful anime-style RPG, that is a joy to explore, though certain aspects can feel overly simple.
Hades is a near-perfect marriage of reactive storytelling, blistering action, and bickering gods
An utterly bonkers choose your own adventure game that you simply must experience
Super Mario 3D All-StarsSwitch
Despite boasting three of the most beloved platformers of all time, Super Mario 3D All-Stars too often resembles a hurried re-release as opposed to an act of careful curation.
Rip Them OffiOS
With a gorgeous visual aesthetic, a jazzy soundtrack, and smart puzzle-play, it's hard to find too much fault with Rip Them Off
The Long DarkSwitch
Ultimately, we can easily recommend The Long Dark on Nintendo Switch. It’s one of few survival games like it on Switch, and the port is solid, barring a few visual issues caused by a drop in resolution.
Though not the most exciting game, and somewhat compromised by its currency, Conflict of Nations: World War 3 has a decent amount of strategic depth
Though its champion system could use a little work, Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower is an excellent turn-based strategy game with plenty of potential
If you're looking to relive Gamecube memories, then maybe wait until controller support is added
A gacha RPG that makes you an active participant in battles, Tom Clancy's Elite Squad is well worth checking out
Though it's a very difficult expansion, Tides of Oblivion is a great side story for Pascal's Wager
The Bonfire 2 Uncharted ShoresiOS
The Bonfire 2 expands on the original with new RTS-style gameplay, but manages to maintain what made the series great in the first place
Eve Echoes succeeds in channeling the classic Eve experience, while also streamlining for new players, bringing the game to a platform well-suited for its idle elements.
WST Snooker is the perfect game for snooker fans or mobile gamers looking for a genuine challenge
Warzone is lacking in battle strategy, but it does utilise a good approach to base building
V4 might be the best autoplay MMORPG on mobile, but a lack of innovation and systems refinement means it's not a tempting enough prospect to give up on whatever you're already playing to start fresh
Tales of Crestoria is a gorgeous and highly-polished Gacha RPG that's marred by incredibly greedy microtransactions
A feature-complete version of MudRunner on mobile, which pares back the visuals and introduces touch controls to make it work on the small screen, with mixed results
With a gripping story, fantastic visuals, and smart card play, Thronebreaker has finally found its true home
Galaxy Command is Stellaris on mobile, but that's also its biggest problem
A cute idea muddled by complex terminology, Randonautica is a novel experience if you're willing to stick with it