By Neil Merrett Ring Fit Adventure, released on Nintendo Switch in 2019, published by Nintendo Nintendo’s latest experiment with motion controls creates a turn-based fantasy adventure that takes a different […]
Heave-Ho is a multiplayer party title that can without warning, become something of a study in connection, bonding, rope swings and the thrill of hurling yourself into the unknown with friends and loved ones.
Whether you call it a rapid turned-based strategy title, a choreographed adventure, or rhythm-based questing, this Nintendo-backed mash up of Zelda and Curse of the NecroDancer is new sort of take on the dance game genre.
The colourful and diverse world of Marvel Comics is simplistically recreated in the New Ultimate Alliance game. At your disposal is a whole host of visually arresting superpowers, from electro webbing, to kicks from shapeshifting feet and insectoid energy attacks that are available to the player at the touch of a button – or eight of them rather.
Pity those with power, yet lacking the experience to use it wisely. Perhaps a key appeal of Blizzard’s long running action-RPG series is understanding something rather fundamental about what it means to be gifted with incredible talent and abilities, and wise enough to appreciate them
Devolver Digital’s somewhat cerebral 2D ninja game encourages you to battle and rage against the seemingly inevitable outcomes of a violent life, to refuse to succumb to madness itself by embracing the idea of being a noble ninja, even if just a man in a bathrobe, in an imperfect world.
In Smash Brothers Ultimate, Pokemon are not just rivals fighters, but something unknowable, untouchable and even god-like with their terrifying ability to weaponise the sun or literally turn a world on its head, regardless of one’s skill.