Can a single enjoyable mechanic redeem an otherwise bad videogame?
If I was in a mood to find demons more exciting than doorways, I might find Odallus a disappointment.
Oniken is the classic 80s action-platformer as I like to remember it, not as it was.
Kentucky Route Zero is a lot of things and what you’re going to get out of it depends on how much you’re willing to put into it.
Of the Switch indies I played in 2019, these are the five I recommend as most worth your precious time and money.
Flush with development experience from the three videogames that precede it, Bloodborne reimagines and refines the Souls formula with new ideas.
Samus Returns is a confused remake searching for a reason to exist.
There are few other videogames with which I have a longer and more evolving relationship, and I am grateful for it to be one of my formative experiences.
While its whimsy holds up throughout, Feudal Alloy feels repetitive and shallow.
With the Switch’s second anniversary a month away, let’s look at some of the standout indie titles released for the platform in that time.