Author Archive: Nathan
Coming hot off the heels of the original’s surprise success, Nidhogg 2 certainly makes changes, but is it an improvement?
Great ideas are squandered in an ultimately unsatisfying title not fit to claim the name of a legend.
Continuing the trend of Switch ports of successful Steam titles, the latest game from 10tons (the talented developers of Crimsonland and Neon Chrome) is a wild ride of twin stick shooting with a wide array of weapons and powers to…
With no Starfox game yet available on Switch, Manticore: Galaxy on Fire is a welcome addition to the library, and it thankfully manages very well to scratch that itch for the forseeable future.
When I’m playing games I generally want one simple thing, to be having fun. With a needlessly long and convoluted story, repetitive combat and a series of boring environments and enemies, The Witch & The Hundred Knight 2 is sadly…