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Sea of Stars
In practical terms without flaws, and filled with thoughtful and creative touches from top to bottom, this game truly is a star
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Stardew Valley

Possibly one of the most successful indie games ever made by a single developer Stardew Valley is wonderfully calming...

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Nobody Saves the World

One of the things I love most about indie games is their tendency to bring surprises to the table of some kind. Drink...

This is simply a nautical adventure that continues to surprise, somehow both placid and often tense, routine and yet full of nasty surprises
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Dodgeball Academia
While I’ll admit that when you mention a game with the name “dodgeball” right in the title you already have my attention...
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Children of Morta
While I have played (and generally enjoyed) a ton of roguelikes of all flavors on the Switch I can’t say any of them has...
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SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition
With multiple skill levels available SteamWorld Heist is a game that anyone, from a tactical strategy newbie to a griz...
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Loop Hero
The thing I tend to love most about indie titles is their ability to surprise with remixes of gameplay elements you’ve n...
Unsighted is interesting to me, in part because at just a casual glance, or even just a very short play session, I belie...
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Tails Of Iron
This is a title that hit me a bit out of nowhere, took my lunch money, and is now making me earn it back one challenging...
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When it comes to pixel art action-adventures the normal standard that is compared against would be The Legend of Zelda: ...
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Crown Trick
Among the many genres and subgenres roguelikes have managed to infiltrate I can’t say that a tactical turn-based adventu...
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Probably one of the things I appreciate most in an indie game is for it to surprise me, and with its unwillingness to be...
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Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns
While fans of the old school original game likely won’t even need to read this review, it’s worth noting that though som...
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The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse
While I know there are people out there who’ve kind of gotten tired of the label roguelike being thrown around I continu...
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As the follow-up to Bastion, Transistor has some of the same base elements as an action-oriented RPG but they're very di...
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While people with access to other systems may well have played Bastion before since it's been around for a number of yea...
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West of Loathing
Don’t let its simple stick figure look fool you, this is an odd, funny, and extremely worthwhile gem of an adventure worth your time
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Shadows Over Loathing
Continuing the weird style and sense of humor from “West”, Shadows Over Loathing turns the uniqueness dial to 11
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Guardian Tales
While its gacha game essence and free-to-play screens may be irksome, the story and gameplay are spot on
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The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero
While it very much feels like a traditional JRPG, there’s just a flair to this title that pulled me in
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Young Souls

With the volume of titles I’m typically reviewing on a weekly basis I’ll admit that anything that calls i...

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Golf Story

This is an excellent golfing RPG with much more working in its favor than against it. It is full of humor, strange an...

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Fate/Samurai Remnant
While perhaps the Switch may not be the ideal platform for such a gorgeous and intense game, but the experience is still solid
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Gerda: A Flame in Winter
Discover the challenge of navigating Nazi-occupied Denmark in this historically-inspired indie
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The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure
Another gorgeous and generally rock-solid JRPG experience, though not terribly different from its predecessor
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Black Book
Whenever you see new titles show up in a genre that seems to be currently having its moment you end up taking a moment t...
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The Outer Worlds
Before fully getting into why I think this is an excellent title, and a breath of fresh air I’ve been needing on Switch,...
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While deck building and battling games were never something I got into physically, I’ll admit that in the digital space ...
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One part Zelda-esque combat and dungeon exploration and another part shop simulator Moonlighter is a title that looks gr...
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Battle Chasers: Nightwar
While this RPG is turn-based and has more of a classic JRPG feel to it, there's no question that its comic book art insp...
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Cassette Beasts
Granted, in many ways it’s another variation on the “creature collector” RPG subgenre, but it is able to differentiate itself nonetheless
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For retro fans who enjoyed portable RPGs in the Gameboy era, Kudzu successfully captures that spirit and vibe
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Dungeon Drafters
A smart combination of tactical combat, deckbuilding, RPG, and some roguelike elements make for some varied fun
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Death of a Wish
Stylish and challenging, it has some appeal, but its distinct art style isn’t without some issues
There’s no question that the vibe, nightmarish pixel art, and weird monstrosities are fun, but the interface and controls aren’t ideal
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Tenderfoot Tactics
Provides a very different and interesting take on tactical strategy by putting it in more of an open-world setting
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Silent Hope
While its pacing trends towards slow and tasks to complete between runs are a bit tedious, there’s some fun variety here
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Jack Move
Fans of Cyberpunky vibes, turn-based battling, and a bit of techno-jargon being thrown around should enjoy this one
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Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition

Damn RPG lovers, the Switch has been a terrific return to Nintendo fully delivering a variety of options in this genr...

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Backpack Hero
While hardly a looker, this is pretty unique roguelike RPG makes meticulous inventory management compelling
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Long Gone Days
While its mechanics are a mixed bag and the story and darker tone may not be for everyone, Long Gone Days does have ambition
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ANNO: Mutationem
If you enjoy exploration and world building with a cyberpunky edge, you'll likely find ANNO to have some appeal
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When it comes to adjectives I like to see associated with games, weird and funny are pretty high on my list, though I’ll...
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Rise of the Third Power
There’s no doubt that for many the 16-bit era was where JRPGs really exploded into the mainstream, so titles that bring ...
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This is just one of those titles that’s hard to describe in a way that gives it justice, a sort of retro-looking twin-st...
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Kitaria Fables
Family-friendly action adventure titles have a fair amount of representation on the system, but with its cute characters...
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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning
Remasters of past games, even ones that are at least somewhat revered, can be a tricky business. Giving everything a vis...
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Nexomon: Extinction
While there have been a few stabs at taking on Game Freak and the Big N’s mega-franchise they’ve tended to be at the hig...
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Where CrossCode excels is in its scope and ambition. The game world is large, relatively varied, and absolutely crawling...

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