This was an achingly beautiful little game and I can think of very few reasons for someone not to play it. It's easy, accessible, and so very gorgeous. You can beat it in an afternoon and it's absolutely worth the time. What a gem.

Celeste made me fall in love with 2D platformers all over again. This is an absolutely splendid game. The art style, the music, the theme, the heart, and the tight, fluid, incredibly engaging gameplay makes this game an absolute must-play.

This was a really gorgeous game. The atmosphere is perfect and the art style is simply stunning. Hyper Light Drifter would be excellent even if the combat wasn't great, but the combat is absolutely immaculate and the bosses are all spectacular, cinematic, and engaging. The only real complaint I have is that there isn't more of it and with that in mind I'm very much looking forward to the sequel.

This game has been with me for most of my adult life and even as I write these words I struggle to come to terms with the fact that I actually just beat it. I absolutely adore Darkest Dungeon. It's cruel, terrifying, and punishing, and it's absolutely incredible. The tone, theming, and gameplay design are in perfect harmony, and I can think of few games that better fulfill their purpose than this one. I struggle to recommend it because it will not be everyone but if you're looking for a challenge, I can think of few better games to test your mettle with. What a masterpiece.

This is a top-notch video game, which I'm sure most of you already know. Anyone with a Switch owes it to themselves to pick up Super Mario Odyssey.

This is a really charming little game. The combat is underwhelming, but it's sufficient; I can't name any major flaws with it, but it's ultimately the most forgettable part of the experience. Where this game really shines is in its world design, atmosphere, and presentation. As much as I love realistic AAA games like God of War Ragnarok and Elden Ring, there's always a special place in my heart for more stylized titles like this, and I really can't think of another game like Lost in Random in that regard. Unless you're really hunting for the best combat gameplay experience you can find, I strongly recommend this game, and despite its flaws, I'll be more than happy to jump into any sequel that comes out for another chance to, dare I say it, get lost in Random.
The only big problem is no one in the game knows the singular form of "dice" so for that reason alone I must sadly give it a 0 out of 10.

This is a solid action game with tight, satisfying combat. The bosses are sadly a bit forgettable but none of them are particularly bad. The story is also excellent, and this version has a much better face for Peter Parker.

I absolutely adore this game. The Wii U version was a staple of my youth and Deluxe elevates it to brilliant new heights. A must-have for any Switch owner, in my opinion.

This is a really enjoyable Doom clone, though it's no replacement for the real thing. Some creative enemy design and weapon variety makes up for some flaws, but there are unfortunately some pretty big weapon imbalances.

This is a solid game but it has its flaws. The low cost of stars is the biggest one, as it really makes the minigames pretty irrelevant. Still, the minigames themselves are fun for the most part. I cannot stand Don't Wake Wiggler though

This is a really delightful little puzzle game with a lot of creativity behind it. It's a pretty steep departure from the usual Mario formula but I really can't recommend it enough.

This was an underwhelming little game that I really wanted to like more. The art style and location design are gorgeous but the combat is a bit too simplistic and the ending was frankly baffling.

A decently fun little game without a lot behind it.

I've heard this called the best 2D Zelda, and while I haven't played many other 2D Zelda games, this IS a top-notch game. The nonlinear approach works very well, the story is compelling, and there are some excellent dungeon puzzles.

This game is great but unfortunately it's hard to recommend in the modern day. You absolutely need two friends with their own copies for this game to work, the singleplayer is terrible. If you CAN get two friends with their own copies, though, this game is excellent! A lot of chaotic co-op fun. There's a steep difficulty spike at the very end but overall it's just a good time.