Super Bullet Break is full of charm and fun ideas, though it struggles to reconcile the fundamental conflict in its roguelike/gacha mashup.
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The tension of a roguelike and quiet charm of a cozy life sim might seem at odds, but Cult of the Lamb finds magic in that juxtaposition.
Train Valley lays the tracks for an enjoyable, if repetitive, railway management puzzle game that’s well suited to short bursts of play.
Bright Memory Infinite shows a lot of promise in its slick FPS combat and gorgeous setting, but it’s also missing some crucial pieces.
Wonder Boy Collection brings solid ports of some Sega classics to Switch, though some notable absences make it feel incomplete.
LOUD might not quite reach its narrative ambitions, but killer pop-punk jams and a solid rhythm game core make it worth checking out.
The blend of shmup and escape room puzzles in Yurukill: The Calumniation Games is a wonderfully inventive mashup, if a little uneven.
While it could do with more content, Mario Strikers: Battle League Football nails the core gameplay and presentation to a great extent, ensuring it remains an engaging arcade sports experience.
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Capcom Fighting Collection is a must for historians and fighters alike, with vital pieces of Capcom history (Red Earth!) and good online play.
Remote Life conjures up a creepy alien horror atmosphere, but despite its strong art style, fundamental flaws mean it never takes flight.