Review: League of Evil (Switch)

I was excited when I first saw that League if Evil] would be making the jump to Nintendo’s consoles. After all, I was a big fan of it back when I played through it on my phone. Mobile games may not…

Review: Phantom Trigger (Switch)

Right off the bat, I got a sense of déjà vu when playing Phantom Trigger. Top down view with beat ’em up elements? Teleporting several feet away with a press of a button? This game has a number of parallels…

Review: Use Your Words (Switch)

Sometimes, there’s nothing like gathering a group of people together to spur up some magical moments through the wonders of JackBox Party Packs. I did this with JackBox Party Pack 3 last college semester, and it was a hoot! I…

Review: Sonic Mania (Switch)

Ever since Sonic Mania was first announced at the franchise’s 25th Anniversary Party, fans have been going on an emotional rollercoaster ride not unlike that of watching the 2011 Muppets movie. While Sonic doesn’t have as horrendous of a track record…

Review: Puzzle Adventure Blockle (Switch)

I’m not sure what a “Blockle” is, but Puzzle Adventure Blockle is an adventure that is built around a long series of puzzles. You know, in case you couldn’t tell from the title. Joking aside, level-based puzzle games like these…

Review: Infinite MiniGolf (Switch)

From the people that brought gamers Zen Pinball, Infinite MiniGolf explores a type of game I actually prefer over knocking a ball around with flippers. That type of game is knocking a ball around with a putter. I’ve had my…

Review: Ultra Hyperball (Switch)

This may look like a retro-style sports game but I can assure you it isn’t. Ultra Hyperball is a game that just happens to have a helmet-wearing character as the central protagonist. What players do here is nothing like football…

Review: I And Me (Switch)

The Nintendo Switch library may not be as huge as competing consoles just yet, but what’s there is a quality string of diverse titles from all sorts of first-party, third-party, and indie efforts. It’s already taken over the playtime I…

Review: Mysterious Stars 3D: A Fairy Tale/Road to Idol (3DS)

E3 is in the air and beyond, ladies and gentlemen; Metroid Prime 4 and Beyond Good and Evil 2 are officially underway, and developers are putting out whatever they can to attract an audience on the show floor! Meanwhile, I’m…

Review: Thumper (Switch)

You know, the Nintendo Switch appears to be home to a lot of challenging games. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was a surprise in that regard, and succeeding titles include Shovel Knight, Has Been Heroes, Snake Pass,…