Making a game out of trolley problem-style thought experiments is a neat idea, but there’s much more to Trolley Problem, Inc. than that.
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Beautiful pixel art and slick action pay homage to Neo Geo classics, though a miserly continue system creates undue frustration in Ganryu 2.
Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars makes its way to Switch with all its boob-fuelled humour and game industry satire intact.
Hundred Fires turns a janky Metal Gear Solid clone into a bizarre fever dream – like Tom Clancy by way of Tommy Wiseau.
Slipstream brings Out Run-style arcade racing to Switch, and while it absolutely nails the aesthetic, archaic design decisions hold it back.
Tormented Souls is true homage to the survival horror classics, filled with that fixed-camera atmosphere and the tension of scarce resources.
Parts of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands can feel a little drawn out, but its ‘tabletop RPG by way of Borderlands’ humour is a load of fun.
Much like the legend who graces its cover, WWE 2K22 surpasses expectations, becoming the franchise’s best entry in years.
Taito Milestones collects ten important pieces of Taito history, but a barebones package does nothing to contextualise their significance.
Onde isn’t a platformer or rhythm game (though it has pieces of both), but an ethereal, sensory journey through a colourful, abstract world.