WarioWare: Get It Together adds a neat new dimension to the delightfully frantic nature of the series’ rapid-fire microgrames.
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How Buddy’s Parents Met is a collection of relaxing jigsaw puzzles that tell a cute, simple love story—nothing more, nothing less.
Some PC performance issues aside, Deathloop fulfils a puzzle-box Groundhog Day fantasy few other games have been ambitious enough to touch.
A bold fresh start for the series, Tales of Arise masterfully turns JRPG familiarities into an incisive reflection on imperial oppression.
Cute and comforting, Button City is the quintessential ‘wholesome game’, but it sometimes overplays quirky charm at the expense of substance.
Arietta of Spirits proves a short-form Zelda-like can work, as it tells a heartfelt story about love, loss, and treasuring what’s important.
My Time At Portia brings a fun, inventive life sim to mobile, with a decent transition to touchscreen despite its controller-centric origins.
Sixteen years after the original game made its debut, Psychonauts 2 delivers everything fans could have wanted, and more.
Cotton Reboot takes a cult-favourite retro shoot-’em-up and delivers a bold remake full of new ideas, while also preserving the original.a
With Unavowed, the Switch gets an adventure game that remains true to the genre’s roots while weaving an expertly-written fantasy noir tale.