Otome specialists Otomate are finally turning their attention to Switch, with 12 (!) titles announced for the console—including a new Hakuoki game and ports of Code:Realize and Amnesia: Memories.
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Things were looking sketchy for a while, but the Kickstarter campaign for Swery’s upcoming debt repayment / life sim / photography RPG has soared past its goal in the final hours.
Gal*Gun 2 promised to take Inti Creates’ infamous series to new heights, but instead it seems to have left behind everything that made Gal*Gun: Double Peace so great.
Nintendo Labo is one of Nintendo’s most brilliant inventions to date, combining the fun of cardboard modelling with that of video games in a way that only the Switch is capable of.
Kirby Star Allies puts a cooperative spin on classic Kirby platforming, and whether you’re playing alone or with friends, it’s a delightful experience.
Penny-Punching Princess takes aim at capitalism in a humorous way, but this action RPG’s satire is too toothless and shallow to have anything of substance to say.
Amid all the high-profile releases we’ve seen so far this year, we’ve also had plenty…
The Switch port of Bayonetta 2 brings what is easily the Wii U’s best exclusive to a whole new audience, and finds a spot as one of the best games on Nintendo’s new hybrid, too.
With its careful balance between freedom and structure, mixed with charming Dragon Quest dressing, Dragon Quest Builders is one of the best takes on the Minecraft formula to date.
The Longest Five Minutes take the amnesiac hero trope and turns it on its head to great effect, building a classically-styled, earnest JRPG in the process.