The Last Case of Benedict Fox offers up a Lovecraftian adventure with a Metroidvania-like interface. And while it stumbles in places, it’s worth exploring for those who are looking for something unique in horror adventuring.
You have never experienced soccer like this before. Grab Mario and a bunch of his Nintendo pals to tackle this action-packed take on soccer where the rules don’t matter and a frenzy of fun commands the field. You can even bring along up to eight friends for multiplayer mayhem.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin might take longtime Final Fantasy players by surprise. It combines the deep lore of the series with the fast and frantic combat that developer Team Ninja is known for, putting them together in a really fun and exciting game.
Downhill bike racing, snowboarding, wingsuit racing, skiing and pulling off epic tricks are just some of the extreme sports thrills you will experience in Riders Republic. While the realism might be a little bit off, the fun is really jacked high.
We rarely review games that are in early access, but our reviewer wanted to make an exception for Nova Drift. The Asteroids-like game is extremely polished, action-packed and really beautiful in a retro kind of way. It’s more than worth taking a shot.
A dachshund with a wheelchair. A deadly pet alligator. A backpack that fires rockets. Giancarlo Esposito. One person taking down a dictatorial regime on a tropical island. Anywhere else, this group would seem strange, but not in Far Cry. Welcome to Far Cry 6.
The summertime golfing fun with Mario Golf: Super Rush is never-ending. The game combines the layout of real golf with the wackiness of mini-golf and some crazy Nintendo magic for good measure. It’s a golf adventure like nothing you have ever played before.
Roguelikes are having a moment, and Curse of the Dead Gods is yet another entry into a genre that’s struck an incredibly rich vein of form lately. Curse of the Dead Gods is among the best so far, so you should definitely check this one out.
Bravely Default II takes everything you probably know about classic Japanese role-playing games and buffs it up with a modern look for the Nintendo Switch. If you are a fan of JRPGs, then you will love this game. If not, it may just be able to convert you.
Although Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood has a rich history to pull from in the World of Darkness universe, the resulting game, one of the first to feature werewolves, fails to fully live up to its epic backstory.