One Eyed Kutkh – Nintendo Switch Review

One Eyed Kutkh Release 09/03/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided One Eyed Kutkh is an interesting game of sorts, even its title is hard to pronounce correctly so don't test me. At heart, it's a classic point and click puzzle adventure. It's an experimental project that sits somewhere between video game, theatre performance and... Continue Reading →

Toki Tori 2+ – Nintendo Switch Review

Toki Tori 2+ Release 30/03/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided Dutch game developer Two Tribes released Toki Tori 2 for the Wii U back in April of 2013. Six months later it received an update featuring new puzzles, music and notably adding the '+' to the title. Now in 2018 it hits the Nintendo... Continue Reading →

No Thing – Nintendo Switch Review

No Thing Release 22/03/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided No Thing was an out-and-out impulse buy for me. It was available on the store to preorder for just over £1 because I had previously purchased a game from the same publisher. It tells the story of an office clerk who is sent with an... Continue Reading →

Slayaway Camp – Nintendo Switch Review

Slayaway Camp Release 22/03/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided Mass murder has never been more adorable... Recently I’ve been playing Slayaway Camp on the Switch, it’s a puzzle game where the basic idea is to move your character around a map to murder the various characters positioned within the map and once all characters... Continue Reading →

Gekido: Kintaro’s Revenge – Nintendo Switch Review

Gekido: KR Release 22/03/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided Originally released on the Gameboy Advance way back in 2002, surprisingly titled Gekido Advance, the game reviewed favourable and played well. Developer and publisher Naps Team now aim to bring us an all singing and dancing remaster on Nintendo's latest console, the Switch. The story... Continue Reading →

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