It’s difficult to decide whether Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition is simple genius or overly minimalist.
Anyone who’s a big fan of tower defence games – this reviewer spent weeks enjoying Starship Patrol on DSiWare before the service was discontinued last year – will be hoping for a great representative of the genre to join the Switch eShop offering line-up. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime could prove to be the game to fill that gap.
The Nintendo Switch hasn’t had too many early gory-type games. The Binding of Isaac could be one, for sure. But new eShop exclusive release Butcher makes no bones about its grotesque love-in for violence.
Released on the same day as the first iteration, the second Jackbox Party Pack has one killer game to have it stand out as the better of the two.
With the festive season fast approaching, it’d be worth having a think about getting some games that the family can play while sitting around the TV. We’ve had Use Your Words as an okay early party game offering in the Switch eShop library, while we’ve also already had the third Jackbox Party Pack bundle. Now Switch owners can add the first two games in the trilogy to their library.
To anyone looking for a tough-as-nails arcade-esque shooter with a bit of pseudo-platforming action, the Switch could have the game for you. Robonauts combines the genres by blending hordes of alien enemies with a terrain that needs a steady jump button finger if you’re going to make it to the end.
Baseball. That wonderful American sport which just about everyone can get into. Both baseball and rounders, the similar equivalent in the UK, share one major selling point. Everyone, no matter their ability, can simply pick up a bat and have a ton of fun. It’s something that’s almost impossible to mess up.
The full on-card roster for WWE 2K18 has been confirmed.
The Switch hasn’t got too many games which allow you to take out all of your real-life frustrations by unloading a load of explosives in the direction of hordes of killer robots, has it? Fortunately, NeuroVoider is here to fill the, ahem, void.
Nintendo fans in the DS era were treated to some wonderful puzzlers, including plenty of new takes on the genre. Picross got a new lease of life on the system thanks to the touch-screen capabilities, while Su Doku was an addictive way to pass the time as a side-challenge on Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training.