Sairento VR takes some of the best ideas from various science fiction properties and puts them all into a mission-driven, frenetic, and stylish experience that puts players into the shoes of Chieko Hatsuri to live out their cybernetic ninja action flick with plenty of adrenaline pumping moments and satisfying choreography.
Return to Mars and join the resistance! Using GeoMod technology you choose how to tackle each obstacle in front of you whether it is driving through the front door or bringing the whole building down. Is the game as good as it was 10 years ago?
Twenty years ago, Crash Team Racing beat Mario Kart at its own game, its well-designed courses, power-sliding mechanics, and relative lack of catch-up items or mercy of any sort for its players make it a game that deserves to be remembered. Today its modern clone once more charges forth to challenge Mario. Will it once again show Nintendo the folly of battling a Bandicoot or has it been left in the dust by 20 years of Mario Kart evolution?
My Friend Pedro is a preposterous tale about killing, death, revenge, and bananas. Our hero listens to the whims of a banana in his head as he takes out the seedy crime-ridden underbelly of the city.
Catan VR is a beautiful way to play a classic board game, but it is hindered by being bound to the core game experience and one person per console play when other systems without VR offer extra expansions. Regardless, it’s a beautiful, fun, and unique way to play board games with friends who may not be able to pop in for the night.
Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet is a wonderful point’n’click adventure game with smooth controls that take full advantage of the Switch’s capabilities. The only downside is that it’s a port of a much cheaper mobile game, and it’s up to you to see if the price increase is worth the port of entry. Either way, the story is heartwarmingly fun and a great time all around.
Jump faster and learn patterns to find your way to freedom. But it's easy, each level is harder than the one before and SCRAP keeps getting faster. If you like old-school running games Scrap might be worth looking at.
Captain Cat is a mobile game from back to at least 2012 that is being ported to Xbox One and Switch. While there’s not a lot of content to extend to several play sessions, gamers will likely get $6.99 worth of entertainment in an afternoon. Captain Cat provides a TV-sized bite of some quality mobile entertainment.