Set two decades after the fall of Earth, Implosion – Never Lose Hope is a sci-fi hack and slash action game – putting you in the shoes of a survivor wielding an advanced War-Mech suit. It’s a very good looking game, but looks aren’t everything, and this game wouldn’t be one to judge by its cover. Implosion is an okay game covered in a pretty shell, and you should probably know what you’re getting into before you pick it up.
Upfall Studios and Flyhigh Works are bringing this turn-based strategy game to the Nintendo Switch, with Japan getting it next week and the rest of the world (hopefully) soon after.
That little game I loved from April has already surpassed a hundred thousand in sales.
If you’ll need something to scratch that Nintendo Switch itch the day before Mario Kart or Puyo Puyo Tetris, we’ve got some good news.
Action games and puzzle games have long gone together in one form or another, and you could even say that one of the best games so far on Switch shares that meld of genres. Unlike Breath of the Wild however, Kamiko takes an entirely different stylistic and environmental approach – and ends up with a game that’s right up there in pure awesomeness.
Flyhigh Works and Skipmore have brought Kamiko to the eShop in Japan, offering a pixel-art action RPG to the Japanese masses for cheap.
It looks like rhythm-focused title Voez will be coming West after all, hitting Europe at launch – and maybe North America too.
The first portable mode only Switch title is coming to Japan at launch.