With its unique twist on the strategy genre, how well does Mike Bithell's John Wick Hex capture the distinct action style of the films that inspired it?
At its core, GRID is a brilliant racing game, but inconsequential features and a lack of content mean that it ultimately disappoints.
Green Hell conquers its flaws to deliver an engaging, armadillo-eating survival adventure.
Indivisible isn't a bad game, but some frustrating gameplay elements stand in the way of it being as good as it should have been.
If you loved Trine 1 & 2 and are desperate for more of the same you'll love Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince. But it doesn't offer anything new.
Thanks to its tight controls and mountain of content, Fight'N Rage is one of the best side-scrolling beat 'em ups currently available.
Do you ever feel like you're the last flesh and blood human on the planet?
Call of Cthulhu is now available on Switch, and it offers the same gloomy but gripping experience only with some unfortunate caveats.
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is challenging, humorous, beautifully designed and offers a surprising amount of variety.
It may look like Bandai Namco's Code Vein is just Dark Souls with anime vampires, but there's so much more going on under the surface.
Dead by Daylight on Switch is killing me - and not in a good way.
Battlewake is a seafaring VR experience that's best enjoyed in small doses.
Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition is just as good on Switch as it's ever been. Which is to say that it's very good indeed.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition isn't perfect, but it's a game that everyone should play at least once.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition is just as good as ever.
26 years after its first release on Game Boy, Link's Awakening has been remastered for Switch. But is it worth revisiting?
The Surge was good, but The Surge 2 is better in nearly every single way. If you like brutal action adventure with sci-fi settings, it's a must-play.
With its focus on loot, Contra: Rogue Corps probably isn't the game you were expecting it to be. It's a fun game despite its flaws though.
A purr-fect sequel.
AI: The Somnium Files is a smart, funny, dream-hopping detective game that gives Phoenix Wright a run for his money.