Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo Switch’

Review: Fall Of Light: Darkest Edition

by Luciano Rahalon September 18, 2018
I have been writing reviews for almost 2 years now and the journey has been great. You get to play doctor with a video game and analyze every frame of that title with the sole objective of getting a final diagnosis that you are content with. Sometimes, however, the diagnosis is not a pleasant one […]

Review: Anima: Gate of Memories: Arcane Edition

by Nazih Fareson June 28, 2018
Born of a Kickstarter campaign, Anima: Gate of Memories finally launched back in June of 2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Now with the new kid on the block – the not so new Nintendo Switch – it’s time for this Action JRPG to finally land on the hybrid console as Anima: Gate of […]

Review: The Darkside Detective

by Nazih Fareson February 18, 2018
Born during a Game Jam Project in November 2014, “The Darkside Detective” project took a mere 8 hours of development by Paul Conway and Christopher Colston, catching the attention of the indie media outlets, praising its potential. And so this admiration by the press incited the the team to go into production mode – under […]


Review: Cat Quest

by Nazih Fareson November 20, 2017
After a launch on iOS and Android mobile devices, young studio Gentlebros Games – love the name – decided to bring Cat Quest to consoles, starting with the Nintendo Switch. A game that has a key art showcasing a bunch of toon cats wearing medieval and fantasy costume got me extremely intrigued, and so I managed […]

Review: Hollow Knight

by Mazen Abdallahon April 27, 2017
The metroidvania is a time-honored tradition in both mainstream and indie gaming, and there are already quite a few really good ones out there. From the get-go, Hollow Knight seems like it ticks most of the usual boxes. Strange, desolate world? Check. Tiny creature exploring it? Check. Elaborate, hand-drawn graphics? You betcha. So, Hollow Knight […]