Another Bethesda experiment with virtual reality, and another failure.
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Golem Gates brings a fresh take on a cross-genre of RTS and card games, but the console version has some real technical issues.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 places dozens of Marvel superheroes in your hands, so you can enjoy cooperative but a little simplistic beat'em up.
European Conqueror X is a really catchy "lite" take on grand strategy genre on Nintendo Switch.
Samurai Shodown offers totally different fighting style and it's really easy get caught by its charm.
Super Mario Maker 2 has a lot to offer in terms of gameplay, creativity and almost infinite possibilities.
Fully-remastered Crash Bandicoot is back on track and he is still fast and funny.
LEGO Speed Champions brings some fresh and a bit silly air to Forza Horizon. There's a lot of content to enjoy, but this expansions lacks Lego cars and better use of Lego esthetics in its world.
I was surprised by how much fun I had with World of Warships: Legends. This version lacks content of the PC version, and there are some areas to improve, but the game is quite really good.
The Textorcist is based on a unique concept and high difficulty level, but gameplay itself can get repetitive, and controls don't work that well.
BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! is still a pretty good puzzle platformer, although not very inventive.
Weedcraft Inc is a surprisingly deep tycoon game with a lot of complex systems, but with a few flaws as well.
Mechstermination Force offers challenging 2D boss rush action, but it lacks the depth outside of boss fights.
Unit 4 is fun in co-op, but you often get the impression that its difficulty is not as fair as it should be.
There's so little content in the game, that only die hard fans could consider this a "morphin time".
Another love letter to 16-bit era is enjoyable thanks to the changing of seasons, but that's all.
New Yoshi game is beautiful and addictive, but it is quite short as well, and similar to Wooly World.
Bloody Alien Breed wannabe title on Switch is held back by technical hiccups.
Golf Peaks on Nintendo Switch is an enjoyable puzzle experience, but rather short.
Tr'berbrook is a love letter to classic point 'n' click adventure games.