The caveats are far outweighed by amazing design and performance.
Author: Elliott Osange
Just because you don't like something doesn't mean you can't recognize it's value or appeal.
The 2048 puzzle phenomenon of yesteryear makes its way to the Nintendo Switch, with little to no fanfare, but at least no serious missteps.
A side-scrolling, topsy turvy space shooter with a great multiplayer aspect, just a bit too heavy on the spinning screen.
A frantic storm of bullets, randomly generated mayhem and upgradable goodness.
A cute, if simple, racing experience that handles better than you’d imagine.
The dungeon crawler that crops up everywhere has come to the Nintendo Switch, not bringing anything new but still carrying a great deal of fun.
A cute, short experience that certainly made an impression, but not necessarily a lasting one.
To move in harmony, if not in tandem, is the secret to unlocking the full potential of this binary puzzle.
Obvious puns aside, this journey did not leave me feeling particularly happy.