Jydge? Judge? Or however the pronunciation goes, is a top down twin stick sci-fi shooter from the guys at 10tons. That may sound slightly familiar as very recently released Neon Chrome was thrust upon the Switch user base, which fits almost the exact same description. Well, that’s because Neon Chrome and Jydge are actually sister titles, similar to games like Zelda Seasons and Ages. Now, I didn’t review Neon Chrome, but my good friends over at Switch Watch did and I highly recommend you check their review out if you want to know more.
The season of Halloween is just about upon us which, as sure as the sun rises, means a slew of horror games will be heading our way. The first for me is Don’t Knock Twice, a psychological first person horror game from Wales Interactive. It was originally released on PC with a special inclusion of VR support. As this is the Switch version, obviously that feature has been taken out but then main game is still intact.
For the second time in just a few days, we’re looking at another beat ‘em up, following on from our Wulverblade review. This time Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition is from prolific eShop publisher Ratalaika who, so far, have had a mixed bag of games on offer. How does this stack up compared to their good releases such as Vaccine and League of Evil, or is it closer to 36 Fragments of Midnight? Well let’s find out.
Wulverblade has seemingly had quite the long and interesting development history. Started around 3 years ago, Wulverblade was destined to be an Xbox One exclusive but has somehow found its way to exclusivity on the Nintendo Switch.