Nintendo Switch Games, Reviews & Interviews

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Vaporum for Switch Review

Vaporum is a classic dungeon crawler with a steampunk story that unfolds in a mysterious tower called the Arx Vaporum. The BioShock-inspired story and fun puzzles are great for anyone who likes first-person dungeon crawlers.

Battle Brothers Review for Switch

Battle Brothers on Switch is a competent port of this deep tactical sim that puts you in control of a band of mercenaries. Will you survive by robbing caravans or make your living trading goods on highly dangerous, but profitable trade routes? Here’s our review.

UnderMine Review for Nintendo Switch

UnderMine draws lots of inspiration from the countless roguelite games that have come before. But it refines the gameplay into a slower-paced, gorgeous game that feels like 2D Zelda dungeons, distilled. Here’s our UnderMine for Switch review.

Carrion Review for Switch

Carrion is a ‘reverse horror’ game where you play a monstrous parasite hellbent on taking over the facility containing it. Outsmart the humans keeping you contained, evolve, grow, and terrify the humans. Check out our Carrion review for Switch.

Trails of Cold Steel III Switch Review

The Trails of Cold Steel series finally arrives on Nintendo Switch with the third entry. You’ll have to catch up across a variety of consoles if you want the full story. But even if you’ve never played a game in the series, Trails of Cold Steel III is just plain fun.

Graveyard Keeper Review

Graveyard Keeper is finally available on Switch, but it turns out it’s just as broken as other platforms. Underneath a shiny coat of beautiful pixel art lives a deeply flawed and broken game.

Blazing Beaks Review for Nintendo Switch

Blazing Beaks is a mash-up between Enter the Gungeon, Nuclear Throne, and The Binding of Isaac. The game is best played co-op with another person, but it can be a fun single-player experience. Be sure to read the rest of our review.

Monster Slayers Review

Monster Slayers is a roguelike deck-building game with eight player classes. Don’t let the game’s simple aesthetic fool you, it’s just as fun as the more well-known Slay the Spire.

Baba Is You Review

Guide a small sheep-cat through a world that can be changed with words. Solve complex puzzles by thinking outside the box. Baba Is Fun. Baba Is Puzzles. Baba Is You.

Tangledeep Review

Tangledeep is a deep tactical roguelike with a forgiving adventure mode. The unique job system lets you switch classes at any time, mixing and matching skills as you go. This unique story-driven roguelike is worth a look even if you usually avoid games with roguelike mechanics.

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