Want a complex story with plenty of interesting characters and a mystery to solve? Check out some of the best visual novels the Nintendo Switch has to offer.
Have you already played most of the cozy games on Switch? Check out this list of new cozy games coming to Nintendo’s console.
Ready to retreat into the woods and become a forest witch? Check out these goblincore games to take with you on your Nintendo Switch.
The Lost Child is a first-person dungeon crawling JRPG that takes inspiration from some of the giants of the genre. Here’s our review.
A heavy narrative game that asks players, ‘can you survive in a world that hates your existence?’ Check out this dystopian visual novel on Switch where choices have meaningful impact on the direction the story takes.
Want to celebrate the rich game development community in Latin America? Check out this list of indie games from Latin American devs that are available on Nintendo Switch.
Did you know you can earn platinum points on Nintendo Switch and redeem them for digital and physical rewards? Here’s how it works.
Finding new games to play on the Nintendo eShop can be challenging. Check out this tool that makes game discovery on Switch a lot easier for anyone who casually plays.
The cute isometric platformer Tunic draws a lot of inspiration from The Legend of Zelda series. So is Tunic coming to Nintendo Switch?
Looking for easy couch co-op games to play with your kid on Switch? Check out these ARPG games with light-hearted stories and worlds.
Nintendo has gone after pirates for ages, but it makes piracy more enticing by shutting down legacy eShops. It’s unfair to consumers.
Ready to transfer your Pokemon from the old games into Sword & Shield or Pokemon Legends: Arceus? Here’s how Pokemon Home works and how to get the transfer process initiated.
Ready to start your chill survival journey in Astroneer? Here’s a quick beginner’s guide for Switch players who are embarking on their first lo-fi survival journey.
Nintendo has finally revealed the best selling indie games of 2021. There were plenty of great contenders this year, thanks to a padded catalog of metroidvanias and roguelites.
Looking for the best cooking games on Switch? Whether you want a realistic cooking simulator or a hectic free-for-all, check out these games.
Having trouble surviving your first few days in Griftlands? While it is a deck-building card game, your previous actions can come back to haunt you. Here are some tips for winning your first game.
Curious Expedition is a roguelike expedition simulation that can be a bit obtuse. Follow these tips and tricks if you’re struggling to have successful expeditions while playing.
Cat Quest on Switch is an exceptional action adventure game that features plenty of locations to explore and loot to collect. It’s a fun romp as a singleplayer experience.
Eternal is a free-to-play deck-building card game on Nintendo Switch, similar to Magic: The Gathering. This quick getting started guide helps familiarize you with how best to start the game as a new player.
There are plenty of exceptional roguelike games on the Nintendo Switch. In the first part of this series, we highlighted plenty of great games like The Binding of Isaac, Tangledeep, and more. This list continues our look at the best Switch roguelikes on the platform.
Nintendo’s latest financial call has revealed some of what we can expect from the company this year. In addition, Nintendo updated their sales forecast for the best selling Switch games as of 2019.
Over a year ago, Nintendo added a way for gamers to review the games they bought on the eShop. The eShop reviews system was quickly removed and hasn’t re-appeared since. Why?
Love Vikings and want to raid and pillage as one? Check out these Viking games on Switch that offer a mix of action, strategy, and tactical combat set in the world of the Northmen.
Some of the best cheap eShop games on Nintendo Switch cost less than a fiver. Check out these awesome games if you’re looking for a great game on a budget.
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.