Party Crashers (Switch) Review

The makers of Party Golf are back at the local multiplayer scene with the release of Party Crashers on Nintendo Switch. As can be expected, this game aims to rile up the room with a second round of its neon…

Heavy Burger (Switch) Review

When the news came out that Flying Tiger Entertainment would be releasing a brand new game rather than another arcade port, I was confused. I couldn’t say I was expecting anything new to come out of the Data East names,…

Review: Skytime (Switch)

Skytime came clean out of nowhere on the Nintendo Switch eShop when I browsed through the games for sale lately. And yet I was intrigued by its concept. A first-person platformer where you hop around the place and stop the…

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams (Switch) Review

Once seen as a legal threat to Nintendo, the Giana Sisters series has since found itself at home among the indie games industry. 2011’s Giana Sisters DS marked a different kind of relationship with the Big N and the following…

Review: Spencer (Switch)

With the Nintendo Switch eShop’s lineup always expanding, I try to keep track of whatever games could tickle my fancy. I even downloaded a cute little app on my phone that details the schedule of games coming out. Now I…

Review: Hot Gimmick Cosplay-Jong (Switch)

Boasting one of the weirder names I’ve ever seen on the Switch eShop, Hot Gimmick Cosplay-Jong is another port of a Psikyo-created game from the arcades to Nintendo’s hybrid console by Zerodiv. Unlike pretty much all of their other games…

Marble It Up (Switch) Review

When I first heard about this game, I thought “Oh, that’s neat. Somebody’s hoping to make a spiritual successor to Marble Blast“. Then as I read more details about the game, the revelation hit me: “Oh my God, this game…

Jack n’ Jill DX (Switch) Review

There it is! I had a gut feeling Jack n’ Jill would show up on Nintendo Switch after I mentioned it in my review of Squareboy vs. Bullies: Arena Edition! This title was my favorite mobile game back when I…

Snake vs. Snake (Switch) Review

If you ever wanted a game of Snake where multiple people can play at once, Snake vs. Snake seems to have you covered. This classic formula is seldom reused for future generations to experience but any opportunity to give it…

Review: Doughlings: Arcade (Switch)

While the Switch has been enjoying a heavy variety of games from across all sorts of genres, some are more well represented than others. RPGs have been in the spotlight aplenty with Square’s recent announcement of several Final Fantasy games…