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.
Ah, Voez. It’s probably one of the most valuable hidden gems of the Switch’s first month, and a title that may have even been overlooked by music and rhythm fanatics as well. It doesn’t have a fancy name, and it’s not coming from some renowned series, but it is made by some of the greats of the genre. Coming our way via Rayark (the people behind Cytus and Deemo), you can trust that you’re in for something of a treat.
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.