Ruiner is good on the Switch but that just makes it easier to see how it could have been great.
Games - Reviews
Set in a cyberpunk future reeling from the events of an off-screen catastrophe, the first-person photography game tasks you with making both sense, art and money from the world around you.
The joys of Greymoor aren’t found in the destination but in the journey.
The Elder Scrolls - Blades (Nintendo Switch) review: A decent dungeon crawler that eschews the series' strengths
The Elder Scrolls - Blades isn’t what it could be but, now available on Switch, I'd still call it a decent mobile dungeon crawler.
While there’s something to be said for the charm of the unexpected, this really is the cooperative multiplayer Resident Evil experience that nobody was asking for.
While modders will likely augment the spots where Firaxis have fallen short, Chimera Squad isn’t just more XCOM - it’s exceptional in its own right.
Legends of Runeterra does almost everything right.
The original Resident Evil 3 was a great game and Capcom’s remake is a smart but safe remix of the expected. It takes your memories of the past and brings them to life in the most polished way possible.
For all its posturing, Bleeding Edge plays things too safe to keep up with the heavyweights.
The Foundation doesn’t just continue Control, it celebrates it.
It might sound a little cruel to write it off as more of an expansion pack than a true sequel, but Doom Eternal often can’t help feeling like an old-school bundle of bonus levels that solely caters to the appetites of the converted.
Disco Elysium is a cocktail of a roleplaying game and murder mystery that’s destined to inspire plenty of imitators and leave diehard CRPG fans with a hangover they won’t soon forget nor regret.
Moons of Madness pulls from the best and delivers all the science fiction thrills you'd expect.
Significant compromises have been made in order to get Overwatch running on the Switch and - even as someone who counts myself among them - I don’t know how many fans are going to be willing to live with them.
The Switch port of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt isn’t the best version of the game but it is the only one you can take with you.
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