Even though the price of entry is pretty steep, the Super 64 is a spectacular device that makes your old Nintendo 64 games look incredible on modern TVs.
While ten years later it's not a shining example of open-world design, Red Faction: Guerrilla on Nintendo Switch is still a blast to play.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a great follow-up in every way imaginable and, dare I say, one of the best games in the entire series.
WOAH! Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is a fun remake that plays well, with weaknesses being unlockables and the Crash property itself.
Super Mario Maker 2 is the game that keeps on giving, while leaving enough room to build in the future--despite a few places for improvement.
Become the Warrior of Darkness in Final Fantasy XIV's most epic expansion yet.
Sea of Solitude manages to strike a chord with its relatable themes despite a rough start.
While Catan is a faithful adaptation of the beloved board game, it doesn't quite deliver on the Switch's potential for tabletop gaming.
Smash enemies and groove to some tunes all while playing as some hip waifus in Muse Dash.
Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization offers fun gameplay and a convincing MMORPG experience that's hampered by an overly complicated UI and a plodding, low-stakes storyline.
The Clockwork Pi GameShell creates a unique and memorable DIY experience that allows you to play all of your favorite retro games with ease
Collection of Mana is the definitive way to play three games that redefined the action RPG genre.
The Sims 4: Island Living is a solid tropical expansion for both newcomers and avid fans of the Sims series.
Koji Igarashi and his team have composed another exceptional symphony in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.