Friday The 13th: Ultimate Slasher Edition is a feature-rich version of the multiplayer game, but it's hard to see the Switch as its ideal home.
Shortest Trip to Earth is a brutal spacefaring roguelike, whose challenge occasionally undermines the depth and quality of the overall experience.
Never Give Up is a moderately challenging but unremarkable platformer that still looks, sounds, and plays like a browser game from the mid-2000s.
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is one of the worst games MachineGames has made since rebooting the Wolfenstein IP and should be avoided by PS VR owners.
Fate Hunters is a recently-released deck-building card game on PC, with beautiful art and some strong mechanics, though it may leave you wanting more.
Screwtape Studios' Damsel is a spirited platformer with fun comic book elements and a unique setting that help cover up its more tedious moments.
Metal Wolf Chaos XD's absurd premise of the President and his mech suit saving America fuels a hilarious story hampered by dated gameplay.
Enter the Gungeon hits the Nintendo Switch with a special version-complete physical edition of one of the finest action roguelikes ever made.
Mundane exploration mars the experience of Silver Chains, a haunted-house horror game which compromises a decent narrative with frustrating gameplay.
The Church in the Darkness seems to have an interesting concept, but the reality is that infiltrating a 1970s cult isn't as much fun as it might seem.
Dry Drowning blends hard-boiled detective tropes with an interesting dystopian mystery, which just about manages to cover its gameplay restrictions.
The Blackout Club evokes the idea of podcast-lore with its creepy atmosphere and story. It's a game to play with friends... with the lights on.
Bear With Me: The Lost Robots tells a straightforward story adjacent to the main game, but is still worthwhile for its humor, writing, and puzzles.