An immense open world in 3D, full of magic, monsters, a magnificent BSO, a complex battle system and a perfectly adapted control in Nintendo Switch make Tanzia a must-have title in our catalogue if we are looking for something different to invest our time in.
Super Volley Blast is a very small and flat game in its appearance, but with an intelligent simplicity and a very noticeable finish it becomes a great proposal for sports lovers, although it will undoubtedly leave them wanting much more due to the lack of content and depth playable.
1979 Revolution: Black Friday is a good interactive adventure, whose main asset is a plot based on the Iranian revolution, a historical fact that has been little worked on in the world of video games. It is capable of keeping us wanting to play and to know more about what happened in reality. Its graphic aspect and duration partly reduce this experience, which is compensated by a remarkable sound section.
Manual Samuel is a simple game, but one that seeks to draw a smile on our faces while we play, and it does it. Controlling Samuel is an odyssey, but it's a lot of fun, and it's going to give us a lot of laughs. However, it is tarnished for a short time.
Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition takes the famous and veteran saga to the new Nintendo system. This delivery manages to maintain the basics of the saga even when it is not made by the same developer as always, although we must point out that it falters in several aspects and above all, does not include much innovation compared to its predecessors.
State of Mind stands out in its context where it places us in a dystopian future in which machines are colonizing the Earth. However, the story is poor and does not catch on. The characters are empty in personality and we will not empathize with them at any time. The gameplay and puzzles don't get any better in a very unambitious game with serious graphic problems.
An entertaining game of strategy, ingenuity and skills in which we will confront elements with basic elements or with those we create in the laboratory through different combinations. Its simple gameplay makes it possible to play without any initial effort, but also makes each combat systematic, so the game can be boring after ten or fifteen minutes of play; if we add the simplicity of the sounds and monotonous music, the game becomes a simple experience rather than an exciting adventure.
Element is a real-time strategy game that seeks simplicity above all else, and that is its worst flaw. Although it stands out for its clean interface and a very correct gameplay, it fails in its history and fails to engage the player as much as it should. It is a title condemned to ostracism because of its null complexity and short duration.
Eekeemo: Splinters of the Dark Shard is a curious game in which we will fight with a lot of enemies during 5 chapters, in which we will accompany Eekeemoo and his friends. Its gameplay is reminiscent of the Warriors saga, and its level construction is similar to Spyro. The soundtrack leaves a lot to be desired and can be boring, as it is very simple.
Despite being very uninnovative, it's a great video game that fans of the bullet hell genre will enjoy to the fullest. The handling of the ship is excellent and the movements are very fluid, and it also has a soundtrack that is very much in line with this type of title. All this added to the great variety of difficulty modes it offers, will give us hours and hours of fun and frenetism in equal parts.
2064: Read Only Memories Integral tells us a shallow, cliché-filled story that works well as an interactive English cyberpunk game but not as much as a point and click video game.
Titan Quest appears in Nintendo Switch as a classic but renewed game with high customization options for the character, an online game that can express the ultimate experience and an epic soundtrack. Even with the current flaws it presents, it does not prevent you from progressing and enjoying the game.
Megaton Rainfall is undoubtedly a brilliant game whose experience is slightly tarnished by its short duration and improved graphics. Still, this superhero simulator is entertaining and allows you to enjoy extensive maps without loading times, making it a fluid and fast developing game that would be perfect if you had a multiplayer mode to enjoy in the company of other superheroes or to fight other villains.
Code of Princess EX is an entertaining game, which includes some interesting new features, but unfortunately they are not enough for a beat'em up, which although not bad, does not stand out in any special way beyond the large number of unlockable characters, its RPG feel and being translated. Its story has touches of humor but is very simple, its graphics are still improvable, its control is somewhat crude and the animations are somewhat robotic. Its great asset in this respect is its local multiplayer mode and its online multiplayer, both cooperative and competitive.
Toby: The Secret Mine is a title inspired by great works such as Limbo, Badland and Nihilumbra, but it maintains its own personality, being a simpler, more entertaining, shorter and colourful proposal. Without a doubt we are facing a very short but intense experience, which leaves us wanting more. It's a shame, because with a little more levels, puzzles, variety of situations and collectibles you could have gone much further.
Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 is a continuist sequel but at the same time it includes several interesting novelties, the most important of which is undoubtedly power, at last, aiming and shooting in any direction. Visually it is magnificent and its ambience is very well cared for. The fact of being able to play in local or online cooperative mode with 3 other players makes the fun skyrocket to unsuspected limits, so if you are a fan of the run and gun genre you should not miss it, because it is worth it.
A good portion of adventure served with care and simplicity makes this a great title. A very entertaining collection as a rule, although you'll miss a run button and complain that they haven't released the next game. A "Must have" for all those who love retro adventures.
Salt and Sanctuary manages to convey to 2D the difficulty, rawness and beauty of Dark Souls. We will have complete freedom to choose from a massive number of weapons and ways of fighting that we can experiment with. We'll enjoy the artistic side of their world and tremendously complex and challenging bosses.
The DLC Bring the Crunch from South Park: The Fractured but Whole brings us a more terror-oriented story inspired by American teenage scary movies like Friday the 13th. Still, always under the atmosphere and humor that characterizes South Park. In it we will have the opportunity to manage a new character and acquire a new kind of hero, within the context of a title that is already outstanding in both gameplay and audiovisual display.
Okami reminds us that video games are an art, and not because they are a product of excellent quality, but because they are an avant-garde proposal, something completely different from what we are used to seeing, a visual and sound show worthy of an AAA, which will keep us on our toes throughout the adventure. Highly recommended for lovers of Japanese culture and art.