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Wonder Boy Collection brings solid ports of some Sega classics to Switch, though some notable absences make it feel incomplete.
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.
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.
Stranger of Paradise is a clever, subversive approach to FF1’s legacy, dressed up in satirical humour and an exciting Nioh-style action RPG.
The parkour on offer in Dying Light 2 can be entertaining but the rest of the package is horrifying, in all the wrong ways.
Pokemon Legends Arceus doesn’t always rise to its ambition, but it’s still an exciting new direction that paves the way for a bright future.
With Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth, Team Ladybug continues to refine a rock-solid metroidvania foundation and prove its worth for any license.