Deadly Premonition lands on Switch as Deadly Premonition Origins. It's far from perfect, but we love it anyway, and you just might too.
The true beauty of Sayonara Wild Hearts is simply enjoying the exceptional music and getting lost in the visuals.
If you just want to play basketball NBA 2K20 is great. But many of its modes simply aren't fun or are laden with microtransactions that will turn you off.
Mutazione may only be a short experience, but it's one that feels very special.
Bundling up all 19 Pinball FX 3 Star Wars tables into one package with added features, Star Wars Pinball is a must-have for Switch-owning pinball fans.
Thanks to many small changes, NASCAR Heat 4 is notably improved from last year's effort. If you love NASCAR, you're going to want this game.
Music, dancing and... dodgeball? Sign me up!
Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son invites you back to Punxsutawney. But is it a trip worth taking?
Jumping into Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch again has transported me right back to 2011 - and I love it.
If you had the ability to sway public opinion, would you use it?
Torchlight II is a good game for fans of loot-filled action RPGs, but it's showing its age a bit now, and this console port isn't free of issues.
The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is without a doubt the best way to play and own these now-classic games.
Dragon Age may be dying of dysentery but Greedfall is here to take the reins of the sword-swinging, enemy-sassing, companion-boning wagon.
With its religious imagery and haunting soundtrack, Blasphemous is one of the most atmospheric games you'll play this year. It's also bloody good, too.
Creature in the Well has its flaws but it's still flipping entertaining.
River City Girls introduces exploration and RPG elements to the side-scrolling beat 'em up format and suffers because of it. Its combat is still fun though.
If you love local co-op games and own either a Nintendo Switch or a PC, you need Heave Ho in your life. It's as simple as that.
More than a video game, Telling Lies is an interactive experience. It's something that exceeds labels and boundaries.
Move aside DiRT Rally 2.0, there's now another rally game that's worthy of players' time. With its excellent career mode, WRC 8 is a real contender.
The third game by Tokyo RPG Factory, Oninaki is entertaining enough but it's far from being a must have. It's just missing a certain something.