The Way Remastered: Switch review

Originally released back in 2016 after a successful Kickstarter campaign The Way is a 2D puzzle platformer developed by Puzzling Dream. Their vision was to create a new game that took inspiration from classic titles like Another World, Heart of Darkness and Flashback. Seeing these games remade and re-released they soon realised that there were no new games that have a similar spirit and gameplay so decided to fill … Continue reading The Way Remastered: Switch review

Don’t Die, Mr Robot! DX: Switch review

Don’t Die, Mr. Robot! DX is a remixed version of the much-loved arcade bullet-hell avoid ‘em up from British indie development team Infinite State Games. Originally released back in 2014 on PlayStation and iOS this time round the game has been completely remastered and rejuvenated for Nintendo Switch. You play as Mr Robot, not to be confused with Christian Slater’s character in the TV show … Continue reading Don’t Die, Mr Robot! DX: Switch review

SteamWorld Dig: Switch review

SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt is a 2D platform mining adventure with strong Metroidvanian influences. Developed by Swedish team Image & Form it is the second installment in the SteamWorld franchise. With the announcement of SteamWorld Dig 2 it was good to see that the newest game in the series was instantly heading to Nintendo’s Switch on release (September 2017). Moving forward six months … Continue reading SteamWorld Dig: Switch review

Nine Parchments: Switch review

Nine Parchments for Nintendo Switch is an action RPG blast ’em up game of magic mayhem from developer Frozenbyte. They are the team behind the Trine series and you can certainly see the similarities here, more recently they also released Has-Been Heroes on the Switch which is definitely worth a look. The story is centred around a small group of apprentice wizards who seize the opportunity to complete their spellbooks by … Continue reading Nine Parchments: Switch review