Snipperclips Plus is the new expansion/version of the Switch launch title Snipperclips.
With many annoyances, some thinly-spread humour not doing enough to redeem the experience, and a heavy focus on grinding through samey missions and PvP battles, Phone Destroyer fails to impress on almost every front.
Sonic Forces is the official Sonic Team effort to commemorate the 25th anniversary of SEGA‘s beleaguered mascot. And it’s as consistently bad as almost every other modern Sonic game from the last two decades.
Super Mario Odyssey is an absolute triumph that caps off a tremendous year for Nintendo and gives them a second viable claim to have released the game of the year.
The second RPG adventure in South Park The Fractured But Whole, takes the action from the Game of Thrones medieval stylings of The Stick of Truth to full-on superhero franchise wars with favourites such as The Coon, Mysterion and Human Kite.
Metroid: Samus Returns is a loose remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus, released in 1991 for the Game Boy. It adds a slew of graphical upgrades and new mechanics to convincingly stand on its own two feet.
Pokkén Tournament is the latest Wii U title to make the leap to the Switch – but is this DX edition of the underrated beat-em-up a knockout?
Rayman Legends arrives on the Switch. The subtitle Definitive Edition is slightly misleading, but this is still a brilliant platformer at a reasonable price.
Everybody’s Golf makes its PlayStation 4 debut and once again tries to make golf accessible to all.
Mario‘s (proper) Switch debut sees the iconic plumber join Ubisoft‘s Rabbids in an unlikely alliance to save the Mushroom Kingdom using face-to-face combat and firearms.