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.
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Train Valley lays the tracks for an enjoyable, if repetitive, railway management puzzle game that’s well suited to short bursts of play.
LOUD might not quite reach its narrative ambitions, but killer pop-punk jams and a solid rhythm game core make it worth checking out.
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.
Some missed opportunities aside, handsome Touken Ranbu sword boys, a fresh take on history, and Warriors action is a great mix.
The mix of empire-building strategy and tactical RPG in Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia makes for a compelling hook.
Arise: A Simple Story finds a natural new home on Switch, with handheld mode an ideal way to experience this intimate, bittersweet journey.
Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars makes its way to Switch with all its boob-fuelled humour and game industry satire intact.
Much like the legend who graces its cover, WWE 2K22 surpasses expectations, becoming the franchise’s best entry in years.