Quest for Infamy is a throwback point-and-click RPG that rings the nostalgia bell every way that it can.
Grapple Dog (Switch) Review: A game where you are a dog with a grappling hook
Fans of 2D platformers, especially from the Gameboy Advance era, will love the quick gameplay and adorable style of Grapple Dog.
Weekly Cheapery: Webbed (Switch) – So Dang Cute!
Webbed is a tiny little game about a tiny little spider bonding with their tiny little community to rescue their boyfriend.
Weekly Cheapery: Ocean’s Heart (Switch)
Ocean’s Heart is an adventure game that draws inspiration from across the Zelda franchise. It’s got great combat and a unique charm.
Weekly Cheapery: Labyrinth Legend (Switch) – The Numbers Do Go Up
Labyrinth Legend doesn’t have a great story or satisfying combat, but the numbers do go up over and over and over again.
Rise of the Third Power (Nintendo Switch) Review
Rise of the Third Power has sucked me in with a great story and one of the best turn-based battle systems I’ve ever seen.
Weekly Cheapery: Breakneck City Borders on Broken
Breakneck City should be a fantastic throwback to a simpler time, but nothing about it quite does what it wants to do.
Weekly Cheapery: Death’s Gambit: Afterlife, or how I Wasted a Stupid Amount of Time on One Boss
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.
Weekly Cheapery: Death’s Door – A Dreary Delight
Death’s Door’s atmosphere and story work in concert beautifully, the combat feels perfect, and the enemy design is spectacular.
Weekly Cheapery: The Legend of Tianding
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.
Weekly Cheapery: Dandy Ace
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.
Weekly Cheapery: Pato Box
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.