A mobile take on the Dark Souls formula becomes a surprisingly fun Soulborne alternative in Pascal’s Wager: Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch.
Avenging Spirit is a retro Japanese arcade game that plays like a traditional action-platformer with a unique twist, allowing you to possess enemies.
Sword and Fairy: Together Forever is an excellent entry point into a 30-year-old franchise, with great action, wonderful worldbuilding, and tiny text.
The indie monster-catching RPG Coromon has finally landed on the Switch, and this game couldn’t be more Pokémon if it tried.
Do you want to play as a tiny, cute bear with an ax? Then our LumbearJack review for Nintendo Switch is definitely something you’ll want to check out.
We’re smack-dab in the thick of JRPGJuly – but many of us are on the road right now, making it a difficult time to dig into a longer game.
Luckily, there are tons of fantastic portable JRPGs that hit the summertime mood. Here are some of our favorites to keep the JRPGJuly spirit going!
Between amazing key art and the coolest name in video games, Wildcat Gun Machine sets a bar that the gameplay doesn’t quite live up to.
DNF Duel is an accessible 2D fighting game with smooth online play, a diverse roster, and a beautiful visual presentation.
Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown brings an extremely unique tactics adventure from VR headsets to the Nintendo Switch.
Xel reminds us a lot of that other action-adventure-puzzle video game. And while it’s a heroic effort, it lacks the charm and finesse to stand as tall as it hopes.
Wreckfest is a collision-focused racing game that’s finally made its way to the Nintendo Switch. It is an absolute perfect fit for Nintendo’s handheld system.
JRPGs are a comfort food, and few game-makers have a better handle on that feeling than those behind The Cruel King and the Great Hero. What’s more positive than a bedtime story, after all?