Review: Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S.  It would be a big stretch to suggest that Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders is a classic of the point-and-click genre. It has its fans, but it’s niche enough to be one of the stranger ports that we’ve seen to Nintendo Switch. The original game is…

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Review: 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim (Sony PlayStation 4)


What a wonderful thing 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is. Developer, Vanillaware, is known for its quality 2D action games, from Dragon’s Crown through to Odin Sphere, but in general, those games are about the stunning visual engines and tight action. The developer has never been known as a storyteller in…

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Review: Giraffe and Annika (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S. In the grand scheme of things, you’re not going to remember Giraffe and Annika. It doesn’t do anything particularly eye-opening with its design and gameplay, and it’s not a substantial contribution to any particular kind of discourse. What it is, however, is blissfully sweet and good-natured,…

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