REVIEW Say No More— Here's my review of this arcade comedy narrative adventure it does a good job of "satirically highlighting the absurdity of corporate office culture and the egos that often come with such spaces", but ultimately is a bit shallow from a gameplay perspective. There's also a video version here (be sure to sub on YT if you haven't yet).
Chris Brandrick // Switch Weekly
REVIEW Star Wars Republic Commando — I've heard the Switch version has some notable performance issues, and this review confirms that. Sounds like it's better off played elsewhere. "one of the single greatest Star Wars games ever made. While that largely holds true on Switch, it is unfortunate that it doesn’t really provide a definitive experience".
John Rairdin // Nintendo World Report
🎮 Upcoming Releases
All releases are digital, Europe & U.S. unless otherwise stated.
Release data sourced in collaboration with Switch Scores.
⭐️ = Ones to Watch | 📦 = Physical release | 🎮 = Demo available
Wednesday, April 14
- Cannon Brawl — 2D real-time action artillery strategy.
- Isolomus — A short horror adventure with handmade plasticine visuals.
- Kingdom of Arcadia — A short pixel Metroidvania spanning five levels.
- ⭐️ Knight Squad 2 — Arena party game. I loved the first one.
- Myastere -Ruins of Deazniff- — A spring wire action game that explores ruins. (Apr 15 in U.S.)
- Park Inc — Handheld only puzzler where you have remove cars from a car park.
- Ravensword: Shadowlands — 3D fantasy role-playing adventure. (Already availble in U.S.)
- ReactorX — A relaxing sci-fi puzzler about moving boxes on grids to repair a ship.
Thursday, April 15
Friday, April 16
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