Category: Game Reviews

It’s Spring Again – Nintendo Switch

This month we see the release of It’s Spring Again on the Nintendo Switch and is the next offering from developer Baba Yaya Games distributed by Sometimes You. It’s an educational game experience that’s aimed at children between 2 and 5 years of age. Through the game mechanics, […]

One Eyed Kutkh – Nintendo Switch

One Eyed Kutkh is an interesting game of sorts, even its title is hard to pronounce correctly so don’t test me. At heart, it’s a classic point and click puzzle adventure. It’s an experimental project that sits somewhere between video game, theatre performance and animated film. To their […]

Toki Tori 2+ – Nintendo Switch

Dutch game developer Two Tribes released Toki Tori 2 for the Wii U back in April of 2013. Six months later it received an update featuring new puzzles, music and notably adding the ‘+’ to the title. Now in 2018 it hits the Nintendo Switch with a number […]

No Thing – Nintendo Switch

No Thing was an out-and-out impulse buy for me. It was available on the store to preorder for just over £1 because I had previously purchased a game from the same publisher. It tells the story of an office clerk who is sent with an important message to […]

Slayaway Camp – Nintendo Switch

Mass murder has never been more adorable… Recently I’ve been playing Slayaway Camp on the Switch, it’s a puzzle game where the basic idea is to move your character around a map to murder the various characters positioned within the map and once all characters have been suitably […]

Slime-San – Nintendo Switch

Seriously, where do I start with this crazy game! When I picked this game up my initial thoughts were that it didn’t look much and it was a throwback from the ZX Spectrum, boy was I wrong! Slime-San is a fast-paced 2D platformer which will delight and frustrate […]

Bleed 2 – Nintendo Switch

Bleed 2 on the Nintendo Switch is the sequel to Bootdisk Revolutions 2012 title Bleed, not a clever name for the sequel but it does the job. Bleed was released as part of the ill-fated Xbox Live indies range but thankfully later it was released on a whole […]