The N64 game, despite its crude polygons, holds up surprisingly well in this Switch port from Nightdive Studios.
Review is this. Puzzler is good. Confused is reader. Game is genius. Baba is brilliant.
A puzzler with hidden depths – but perhaps an offputting level of initial complexity.
This is a game you watch, rather than play. And that’s fine if you’ve never seen the anime it’s based on – but if you have, get ready for some deja vu.
A short but charming suburban adventure based on New Zealand folklore.
The fourth in the underrated Momodora series from Brazilian developer Bombservice is packed with satisfying exploration.
Forget bridge-building games – ski-gondola construction is far more fun. And hilarious.
A compelling Metroidvania that’s also a love letter to the NES games of yore.
Sundered makes its debut on Switch with a ton of new features. But how does it compare with its wonderful predecessor, Jotun?
This spiritual successor to the venerable Wonder Boy series manages to massively improve on the games that inspired it.
Twisted Pixel’s Xbox Live Arcade classic gets a new lease of life on Nintendo Switch.
To celebrate the company’s birthday, here’s a classy collection of SNK classics with beautifully polished presentation.
TowerFall makes it to the Switch with all of the content from the previous two games, as well as some cracking multiplayer options.
The Gardens Between is bloomin’ marvellous. Buy it now!
A minimalist puzzle game that’s perfect for playing on the subway. Or bus. Or plane. Or train. Or…
Pode is a co-op Nintendo Switch game with a cutesy looks but fiendishly difficult puzzles. And you can hold hands. Awww.
Comedy stick-figure RPG West of Loathing has made its way over to Switch, with all the funny walks and googly-eyed horses intact. And it’s a absolute beaut.
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.
Jotun has arrived on Nintendo Switch – so now you can slay beautifully hand-drawn Norse gods on the bus. Praise Odin the All-father!