This new game from SNK and NIS America focuses way too heavily on fanservice and not enough on the actual fighting game mechanics.
A cutesy cooking game that also serves as a dragon life simulator with some crafting included as well. Little Dragon’s Cafe aims for all the stars.
Pool Panic features over 100 billiards puzzles to solve featuring a multitude of distinct environments and quirky pool balls to put down holes.
Fortnite on Switch? Well, it looks like that’s happening. Only one of the many pre-E3 2018 leaks and announcements covered on this episode of Video Games 2 the MAX. Sean and Marc also talk Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Fallout 76, Megaman 11 release date, Let’s Go Pikachu details, and so much more.
Possible E3 2018 news continues to infiltrate through the cracks. Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison discuss the Pokemon Switch Leak, Resident Evil 7 is the first of perhaps future Nintendo Switch Cloud games. Plus, new information on Kingdom Hearts 3 as well.
Bayonetta 1 & 2 become the latest ports from the Wii U library to show up on the much more popular Nintendo Switch. Stewart Lange gives his thoughts on how the games play on the hybrid console and outlines the new additions to it as well.
From a Pico prototype to a beautiful masterpiece. The first Game of the Year contender has arrived from Matt Makes Games. As Madeline, you are taken through 30 levels of challenging platforming and left breathless by everything else around it. Randy Isbelle has the Celeste Review.
This Super Indie game has been on literally almost every console since its debut on Xbox 360 in 2010. Now, it has finally released on the Nintendo Switch. Sean Garmer has the Super Meat Boy Review.
Releasing soon is Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest entry, which follows closely in the footsteps of I Am Setsuna. But also makes changes in various aspects making it stand out on its own. Sean Garmer explains in this Lost Sphear Preview.
The Salt Factory offers some unique level design and difficult trials. Sean Garmer plays through world 3 of the game. Jumping, laughing and dying a lot, but he gets through it.