Breakneck City should be a fantastic throwback to a simpler time, but nothing about it quite does what it wants to do.
Death’s Gambit: Afterlife is a fantastic Metroidvania with gorgeous pixel art, a great story, and a boss that helped me learn to love losing.
Death’s Door’s atmosphere and story work in concert beautifully, the combat feels perfect, and the enemy design is spectacular.
If you’re a fan of side-scrolling action platformers, manga aesthetics, or folklore, The Legend of Tianding is absolutely a game to check out.
Dandy Ace was a lot of fun on PC, but feels even better on the Switch… if only the text was just a bit bigger.
Pato Box is a weird, black-and-white adventure game where you box your way through an evil corporation as a duck-man. It’s weird.
The roguelike structure of Ruin Raiders might not be ideal, but it’s a fun tactics game to hold you over until the next Mario + Rabbids!
Golf Club Wasteland doesn’t work as a golfing game, but it’s got a fantastic story and vibe that make it worth playing.
You probably won’t find your next favorite game in SGC – Short Games Collection #1, but you will find five weird, unique games.
Spartan Fist is an action rogue-like that’s just a bit different… you can use a bear claw to cause a robot to explode into rainbow confetti!
Just Die Already is a ridiculous, crude, and really fun game where you die in ridiculous ways over and over again.
You can’t spend a dollar better than by buying Toree 3d.