Welcome ladies and gentlemen, Retroark here once again. The Nintendo Switch is one of the few platforms I play on regularly outside of PC. I realized some time ago that as an avid PC gaming enthusiast; The Switch has plenty to offer. Although the Switch may not perform in ways my desktop can graphically, it performs admirably in ways that my desktop couldn’t even hope to. I love my Switch de...[Read More]
Untitled Goose Game by House House, has taken the internet by storm with the adorable and troublesome antics of a rogue goose. It became time to review the game, and it surely did not disappoint! About the Game The entire premise of Untitled Goose Game is causing mayhem as a goose. The only purpose for the goose is this chaos, through a mysterious list telling you what to do (that grows throughout...[Read More]
The wait is finally over. Borderlands 3 is out, and the hype has been worth it. Thought Borderlands 2 had a hook? Well guess what, Borderlands 3 just might be better.
AER Memories of Old is an exploration puzzle solving game by Forgotten Key and published by Daedalic Entertainment. This game is new to the Nintendo Switch, and we just had to review it!
Atomicrops is one of the more interesting games I’ve played as of late. Developed by Bird Bath Games and published by Raw Fury, it features some interesting gameplay. Atomicrops has some classic farming like in Stardew Valley, with some intense fights and RNG found in Enter the Gungeon. Between the mix of the two, this rogue-lite game has fully grasped my attention.
Solo: Islands of the Heart is a new and adorable Nintendo Switch game. Filled with puzzles, pondering questions, and a romance vibe, the game hits you on a sort-of contemplative level.
The Great Perhaps, developed by Caligari Games and published by Daedalic Entertainment is both an adventure and story game. Set in a post apocalyptic world, an astronaut who survives above the stars seeks answers to the world’s demise. He comes across this lantern that lets him move between past and present, learning of what truly ended the world.