Bioware’s MMO looter shooter, Anthem, isn’t quite what I hoped.
With its easy pick-up-and-play controls, addictive gameplay, and engaging levelling up system, Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight should fly right to your Nintendo Switch collection.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is a solid sequel that looks and plays better than its predecessor, but a lack of track variety lets it down. Also, it's as hardcore as ever.
Intruders: Hide and Seek from Tessera Studios is a VR-compatible stealth game where you play as a 13-year-old boy trying to save his family from unexpected intruders.
Evoland has quite the history – which is ironic considering the game itself concerns itself with the history of video games.
You know how it is – you wait for a skateboarding game to arrive on Switch and then two come along at once. Check out OlliOlli: Switch Stance.
If you're after yet another Switch party game to play with your friends, Stunt Kite Party offers a unique experience that really is a lot of fun.
Adventure meets survival and board gaming in Thea: The Awakening.
Forget Crackdown 2 ever happened, Crackdown 3 is the sequel to Crackdown that we deserve. Welcome to New Providence, Agent.
Jump Force has plenty of issues and an art style that's like Marmite, but at its core it's a very entertaining fighting game with a huge amount of content.
Steins;Gate didn’t exactly need a redo, but that doesn’t mean that fans of the original won’t absolutely love this version.
Metro Exodus can be unforgiving at times but it's a rollicking, radioactive road-trip that's sure to scratch that post-apocalyptic itch.
Evolve, adapt, and beat your opponent in Evolution: The Video Game.
Monster Energy Supercross 2 on Switch thankfully has all the content and features found in other versions. It just doesn't look as nice.
WarGroove packs in a challenging campaign, brought to life with characters that are hard not to love, but it’s the level editor that really sets it apart.
Now available on PS4 and Xbox One, Conarium isn't scary or action-packed, it's all about puzzles and a large dose of atmosphere.
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince looks beautiful and tells a heartwarming story, but its gameplay is more than a bit lacking.
Band of Bastards is the latest piece of DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and while it's not epic in length it's still rather fun.
Despite its downfalls, there's something that makes Kingdom Hearts 3 difficult to resist.
Despite the lack of touchscreen controls on Switch, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 remains just as brilliant as ever.