[Week in Review] Sept 8 – 14

Written by Thomas Haroldsen


Nintendad has grown leaps and bounds over the last year. It’s all thanks to our volunteer team, wonderful developers and publishers, and of course our fans. As we publish more and more content, we thought we would take this opportunity to bring a weekly review recap so you don’t miss out on any of our excellent work. Please enjoy.


Atomic Heist Nintendo Switch Review

Atomic Heist is a basic, straight forward space shooter with nothing memorable to offer.


Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes Nintendo Switch

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes provides a healthy challenge and a compelling story, held back only by a clunky mechanic and a mediocre ending.

Blasphemous is a standout in the metroidvania genre that will surely be remembered for its gloom and ghastliness. The Game Kitchen have lifted the bar and everyone should take note.


Octopath Traveler Nintendo Switch review

A unique take on the age-old JRPG genre, OCTOPATH TRAVELER is an unforgettable experience.


Forager Nintendo Switch Review
  • Title – Forager
  • Author – @ch3llybun
  • Score – 4

Forager will perhaps be the most basic and in-depth scavenging game you will ever play.


AI The SOMNIUM Files Nintendo Switch Review

AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES provides a methodical blend of gameplay with an irresistible story which will permeate the mind.

A Link To the Past Switch

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is a timeless masterpiece that, even 28 years after it’s initial release, remains the benchmark for Zelda games.


The Long Journey Home Nintendo Switch Review

A witty and fun take on space exploration that can be held back by the learning curve and may not appeal to all players.

Omen Exitio: Plague is a rare gem of a game that blends Lovecraftian horror with a rich original story to craft a wonderfully haunting experience.


Root Letter Last Answer Nintendo Switch Review

If you are into mystery stories, you need to get this game. It’s well written and funny even if the story itself can be sad at times.

The Tenth Line Special Edition Nintendo Switch Review

The Tenth Line Special Edition has a lot of uniqueness to its presentation. Despite all the positive points, they don’t outweigh clunky combat and frustrating map movement which is core to the experience.

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