One More Dungeon is a highly looked upon indie title, and as such it has found home in many systems, with its latest endeavor being of course the Nintendo Switch. Throughout my time with this highly regarded indie, I found little reason to explain its high success however.
Despite some imperfections, it brings some great ideas to the platform
The Darkside Detective, I'm convinced that this game not only integrates some clever modern ideas, but it keeps itself true to what a point-and-click retro game should be.
I realized that their take may just be an undertake on what the genre really needs.
To many of us Switch owners, the eShop is packed with terrible mobile games that simply shouldn't be on the platform, but what happens when a great mobile game is ported to the Switch? That was one question I had in mind when playing, and reviewing Old Man's Journey, leading me to positively shocking discoveries.
Zelda Comes in Many Shapes, and Sizes
If you have been interested in a platformer that makes you think, Teslagrad is completely worth its price point of $14.99.
Like finding a dead body in the midst of the night, The Sexy Brutale plans to create a mysterious playground- a dark nightmare. However after playing The Sexy Brutale for roughly two hours, I found that the game's only nightmare, is the game itself.
Black The Fall draws direct parallels with Limbo (and Inside for that manner). Yet despite the clearly drawn comparisons, I had a fairly enjoyable time with Black The Fall.
Pile up and head to the bunker!