Review: LUNA The Shadow Dust (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Harvard L.  LUNA The Shadow Dust bears more than a little similarity to one of my favourite games of all time, Gorogoa. The hand-drawn, colourful art styles and surreal, dreamlike narratives of both games are enchanting and memorable, which is why I thought I’d love LUNA just as…

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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: Death Come True (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S.  Note: I’m writing this upfront and in advance; there are spoilers in this review. The game itself has a little clip at the start asking that people don’t spoil the experience, but it’s absolutely impossible to talk about this game without discussing plot points. And let’s…

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