Splatoon 3 (Nintendo Switch) - 96


Splatoon 3 refines the most outdated aspects of its prequel to give us an excellent and unique online game with unimaginable potential, as well as continuing in a fantastic way with the lore of the saga.

Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness (Nintendo Switch) - 77


Made in Abyss stays true to Akihito Tsukushi's original work, reminding us just how intriguing and mysterious his world can be. The new story expands its universe even further, but the somewhat clunky control and unstable performance screws up much of the gameplay experience.

Cult of the Lamb (Switch) - 85


Although it doesn't create something new or revolutionary, Cult of the Lamb combines a lot of things that fit together perfectly to bring us a rich, fun and original roguelike mixed with a resource management game.

Sonic Origins (Switch) - 75


A mix of all we love of Sonic but not so inspired. It takes the classic style of the hedgehog and bring some upgrades to the gameplay. Fans will love Sonic Origins, but maybe they would want more content.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 (Switch) - 90


The third installment of Xenoblade becomes the best of the series. It evolves its gameplay, offering a complex and very entertaining JRPG that encourages us to explore its huge world. Its story is sublime and the irregularities in the quality of its animations and sound effects are the only things we can blame about the game as its downsides.

LIVE A LIVE (Switch) - 77


With more than 20 years behind of it, LIVE A LIVE still feels like a fresh and innovative game in terms of its story. It's a pity that its gameplay has not followed the path of its artistic evolution, being quite outdated for today standards.

Rabbids Party of Legends (Switch) - 65


There's a lot of life left in the Rabbids. Despite their technical simplicity, going back to their party roots has brought them back in a fun direction that we liked.

Portal Companion Collection (Switch) - 90


Portal Companion Collection is an indispensable pack for lovers of puzzles and the most biting dialogues. Two games in one that remind us of the potential of the most creative Valve in a practically impeccable adaptation that takes advantage of the possibilities of Nintendo Switch. An experience recommended for everyone.

Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series (Switch) - 80


Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series is a great celebration of the character's legacy with a refreshed visual look of two of his most classic games. However, despite being iconic platformers with a great story, they also have its downsides, such as frame-pacing issues on Nintendo Switch and lack of new content.

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge (Switch) - 85


This new TMNT game stands out for being an artistic explosion with detailed pixel art and a good amount of nods for the most nostalgic. Its gameplay feels very smooth both on local and online multiplayer.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (Switch) - 82


Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is "more of the same" with a moderate amount of quality content at a price maybe too high. The inclusion of only two new areas and less than 20 monsters (many of them not new) does not favor us to recommend this DLC if you were not a fan of the base game.

Yurukill: The Calumniation Games (Switch) - 77


Yurukill: The Calumniation Games is an ideal game for fans of Japanese mystery games who are looking for a different experience from the usual. Mixing puzzles with shoot 'em up we have found a very original title that, without standing out too much in anything, has turned out to be an enjoyable experience.

Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course (Switch) - 87


The Delicious Last Course is more of Cuphead. Not better. Not worse. Just more of what we loved of Cuphead. If you like the original game, you will enjoy this DLC.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles (Switch) - 72


A game as entertaining as it is lacking in content. The fun of its combat and the possibilities of exploration clash directly with the repetitive and unvaried that are many aspects of this title.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes (Switch) - 80


The story of Three Hopes expands a lot on the story of Three Houses and that's one of the main reasons it is a must-have for fans of the original game. It also works fine as a musou game, adding some popular Fire Emblem elements correctly to the mix.