The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics doesn't do justice to its source material, nor does it come close to matching the excellence of the games it draws inspiration from- but it's solid enough. And sometimes, "solid enough" is good enough.
Time and again over the years, the lesser-known of Nintendo's iconic Italian duo has made his mark, demanding to be given the recognition and love that he deserves, but never before has he been the star of a showing as excellent as Luigi's Mansion 3.
Death Stranding is definitely an acquired taste, and its slow pacing and deliberate gameplay might not be for everyone, but its mechanical depth, its desolately beautiful and haunting world, and its confident and stylistic storytelling nonetheless make for a continental trek worth experiencing.
WWE 2K20 is rotten on the inside and broken at its core. It fails at doing many fundamental things properly, which actively take away from the experience. Then there's the fact that it does't improve upon any of the ideas of its predecessor – and in some cases, actually takes them a step back – and that it's an absolute technical mess riddled with bugs and plagued by bland, sub-par visuals.
The Witcher 3 on the Switch is, miraculously enough, a decent-looking, well-performing, portable version of one of the greatest games of all time.