Nintendo Switch

AER Memories of Old Review

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!

AER Memories of Old

Transform into a bird and fly to explore and experience a vibrant world of floating islands in the sky The gods of old are forgotten, lost in the events that shattered the world, leaving only fragments of islands in the sky. This mystic world of endless skies, colorful islands and ancient ruins is in danger of falling into darkness. As one of the last few shapeshifters, you are sent on a pilgri...[Read More]

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

EXPLORE A REIMAGINED KOHOLINT ISLAND IN ONE OF THE MOST BELOVED GAMES IN THE LEGEND OF ZELDA SERIES Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments across the land and awaken the Wind Fish. Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice ...[Read More]

Redeemer: Enhanced Edition

Brutal, bloody beat-’em-up action without compromise. A true resurrection of this popular genre. Intensive top-down action: Subdue your opponents with a wide range of firearms and melee weapons such as knives, truncheons, fire axes, hammers, and much more. Brutal close combat: Use your abilities as a mercenary to tame your opponents. You have at your disposal brutal fighting techniques, ...[Read More]

Atomicrops Review

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.

Atomicrops

Atomicrops is an action-packed roguelite farming simulator where you must cultivate and defend the last farm in the post-apocalypse wasteland. Farm mutated crops, marry townsfolk, and kill every mutant creature that tries to invade!

Nintendo Direct – September 2019

It’s that time again! Yesterday, Nintendo released a direct where they talked about previously announced titles. While there wasn’t really much new that was announced, hungry fans got small bits of information on games they can’t wait for. The most important bits of information will be mentioned first, followed by other titles they talked about.   Animal Crossing: New Horizo...[Read More]

Hands on with Smash Ultimate Banjo and Kazooie

Super Smash Bros. Smash Ultimate has just added Banjo and Kazooie to the lineup, bringing some classic N64 vibes. After playing with the character for a bit, I can tell they’re full of nostalgia and new gameplay. Not only this, but the map Spiral Mountain has been added, alongside the track Mumbo’s Mountain.

Solo: Islands of the Heart Review

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 Church in the Darkness Review

The Church in the Darkness is an action stealth game that takes place in 1977. You infiltrate a religious cult to save your nephew, with guards around every corner. Personally, this game wasn’t my favorite genre, but there are some fantastic parts that make up for it.

Solo: Islands of the Heart

Love is a universal feeling, but each of us experiences it in a different way. Solo – Islands of the Heart explores the theme of love in an introspective way, allowing players to identify and reflect on their own experiences. The world is divided into archipelagos, with each island representing a unique puzzle. Solving puzzles will award the player with a Sleeping Totem, awakening them to answe...[Read More]

The Church in the Darkness

In the late 1970s, the charismatic Isaac and Rebecca Walker lead the Collective Justice Mission. Labeled radicals and feeling persecuted by the US government, they relocate their followers to the one place they believe they can create a socialist utopia: the jungles of South America. There they build Freedom Town. But relatives left behind in the US become worried: what exactly is going on at this...[Read More]