Review – The Fall (Nintendo Switch)

Over the Moon games bring their 2014 platformer game, The Fall, to Nintendo Switch. It is the first story in what they set out to be a mind bending trilogy! To date we have been treated one of its sequels, aptly named The Fall Part 2: Unbound, which was released earlier this year. Both games have... Continue Reading →

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Review – 20XX (Nintendo Switch)

Picture Mega Man X in a faster, more imaginative, roguelike game and you have 20XX. Before the game begins you have the option to scout upgrades for later purchase (in-game collectibles, not money), daily/weekly challenges that include an online ranking system, boss rush runs and a seeded challenge. 'Seeded' means you choose which handicaps are... Continue Reading →

Review – Yuso (Nintendo Switch)

Yuso is an all new puzzle game from developer and publisher Vertical Reach releasing on Steam, Nintendo Switch and mobile platforms. Vertical Reach is a small independent team based in sunny Portugal and have had the pleasure of winning “Best Children’s Game” two years running in the PlayStation Premios contest with their previous titles. In Yuso... Continue Reading →

Review – INK (Nintendo Switch)

This month we see INK release on Nintendo Switch adding to the ever-growing array of Nindies available in the eshop. Originally released in 2015 on Steam it has also been ported over to the PlayStation 4. INK sets itself out as a fast-paced action, puzzle platformer with a difference, every level is initially invisible which... Continue Reading →

Review – Zen Bound 2 (Nintendo Switch)

You could be forgiven in thinking that Zen Bound 2 is a copy of the Treasure Chest mini-game from Nintendo's 1-2-Switch just released as a standalone game but that isn't true at all. In Nintendo's the mini-game players frantically rotate the Joy-Con in an attempt to unravel chains surrounding a treasure chest in the quickest... Continue Reading →

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