I’ve bought 27 Switch games and I’m slowly working through reviewing them all. I try to complete each game before reviewing it, where that’s possible. I’ve also written some much shorter reviews for demos and other freely available games.
This great-looking Sokoban-like has some excellent levels, but too few of them.
Baba is game. Mechanics are modifiable. Game is fun and challenging.
Box align is a 3d game stuck in a 2d world. Its core mechanic suffers as a result, and it doesn’t have enough redeeming features to make up for it.
Celeste answers the question ‘how can you make a plot really work in a video game?’. It’s a question we should all be asking more often, particularly when this is the answer.
Despite an aversion for auto-runners, I found Kid Tripp enjoyable, if on the short side.
Gato Roboto is adorable, and ideally suited to nostalgic handheld play, but — cute graphics aside — fails to be really memorable
The Way Remastered has some problems, but it pays homage to a certain style of challenging action platformer very well indeed
Ding Dong XL couldn’t be simpler, so it’s hard to love, but easy to enjoy
A quirky combination of sports game and RPG produces a highly original and entertaining result
Dig Dog is a fast-paced, perfectly-pitched rogue-lite, offering an addictive slice of nostalgia
A joy to play and a perfect introduction to the metroidvania genre
An absorbing game which represents value for money, marred by bugs and flawed mechanics
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