If you miss the golden age of cooperative videogame playing, then Pode for the Nintendo Switch may bring back some of that excitement. See if our two reviewers enjoyed Pode’s beautiful little romp of co-op goodness straight through to the end.
Incorporating cars, off-road trucks, airplanes, motorcycles and speedboats, The Crew 2 challenges players to master a variety of races from coast to coast. You might even find yourself instantly switching from one vehicle to the next in the same race.
Although interesting in concept, with a soul trying to escape from a beautifully rendered Hell, Agony has a surprisingly dull story, and takes to falling back on it’s gore factor, sexual innuendo and shock value to try and keep things interesting.
Re-releasing a game from 2008 on the Nintendo Switch may not seem like a recipe for success, but it actually is if that game is De Blob, one of the coolest 3D puzzle platformers around. Now paired with the friendly Switch interface, gamers will be painting the town red, blue, green and everything else all over again.
Looking great on the Nintendo Switch, Castle Heart is a unique little platformer about a brave but tragic knight who is slowly turning to stone. Developer 7Levels has done a masterful job on this one, which may capture your own heart as you play.
Originally released for the PC and other consoles, Battle Chasers: Nightwar moves to the Nintendo Switch, where its comic book-like RPG elements, intense action and good graphics make it perfect for some epic couch play sessions.
Murderous Pursuits is one of those titles where players move around a giant party and pretend to be harmless non-player characters, while secretly hunting other real players in a deadly game of tag. But a few questionable, unbalanced skills and a lack of players serves to obscure some of the fun at this soiree.
One of the most explosive, quirky, unforgiving and fun rogue-like games to come out in a long time, Death Road to Canada combines text adventure dilemmas with pixel graphics action sequences, wrapped in a crazy world filled with death, zombies and Canadians.
The new Utomik gaming service offers unlimited play with any titles on their platform for a few dollars a month. We dive into the beta to see if this new method of providing games is going to make a big splash with gamers in a crowded field.
Splashing into the deep, unforgiving oceans of Subnautica is a survival gamer’s dream, as the game features just the right mix of exploration, crafting, danger and alien fish fries to keep players happy and invested in this one for a very long time. Dive right into this unique masterpiece.