Gibbon: Beyond the Trees turns a fluid, flow-based platformer into a potent statement on the threats faced by critically-endangered gibbons.
Browsing: Nintendo Switch
With a fine balance between a casual management sim, small-town slice of life, and adorable cats, Cat Cafe Manager is a great way to unwind.
A fresh perspective and brilliant level design make Kirby and the Forgotten Land a delightful first foray into three dimensions.
Spike Chunsoft has launched a new real-time mystery ARG on Twitter called Hidden Bats, with a lot of connections with AI: The Somnium Files.
A few years after its PC debut, Next Game Level’s sci-fi horror-themed shoot-’em-up Remote Life comes to console later this month.
Arise: A Simple Story finds a natural new home on Switch, with handheld mode an ideal way to experience this intimate, bittersweet journey.
The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story is a creepy, atmospheric, emotive horror game, but one held back by some baffling design choices.
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.