The Fall has been out for a while, but this eerie tale of an AI spacesuit on a desperate quest to save its ailing occupant has now found its way to Nintendo Switch. And it’s still really good.
The Adventures of Elena Temple painstakingly recreates the feel of playing a game from the 1980s on a Game Boy or Apple II – complete with blurry bedroom backgrounds. Welcome to the new nostalgia.
State of Mind is a promising techno-thriller from point and click experts Daedalic Entertainment, with a distinctive low-poly look.
It’s halfway through day one, and the coffee has stopped working.
Who can resist the allure of becoming a gun-toting, hookshot-wielding space pirate? The Switch port of Flinthook might be the best yet, simply because you can take it with you everywhere.
What if you could go back and change the past? Last Day of June is an intriguing game all about reclaiming a lost love, and fixing what went wrong.
The Steam hit has crossed over to the Switch – and it’s lost none of it’s charm. Look out, the floor is lava!
Don’t let the cutesy looks put you off – this game provides an ingenious challenge. And the Switch version has a few very welcome improvements.
The Trail from Peter Molyneux’s company 22cans has crossed over onto Nintendo Switch. But it’s still a mobile phone game at heart.
This week: the definitive ruling on whether it should be Black Ops IIII or IV, a massive mushroom beetle is found in No Man’s Sky, a man plays Nintendo Switch using a 1986 pocket TV, and where it all went wrong for Atari.
A charming storybook adventure that’s sure to set heart strings a-twanging.
Hey look, it’s Zelda on Switch! Sort of.
Super Mario Odyssey has been released to universal acclaim, and it’s not hard to see why. Since Super Mario 64, … More
The follow-up to SteamWorld Dig gets a fancy new Switch edition with all DLC included. But how does it compare to its illustrious forebear?
A Metroidvania all about magnets and creepy towers, with some surprisingly dark storylines.
Rive is Two Tribes’ swansong, as the company has sadly decided to cease game development. But is this Switch shoot ’em up a fitting finale?
VVVVVV – from the creator of indie classics like Super Hexagon and Tiny Heist – finally makes it to Switch. And it’s as wonderful as ever.
If you’re after a Zelda-style game that’s all about the puzzles rather than the combat, Ittle Dew 2+ might be the Nintendo Switch title you’ve been waiting for.
This week: cockroaches in a frickin’ PS4, Knight Terror, a troll-baiting Mario list, games we need on Switch and goodbye to Miiverse. AND COCKROACHES.
Perception is a rare example of narrative horror on Nintendo Switch, with the unique twist that you ‘see’ the world through the eyes (or rather, ears) of a blind person.