Josh Brant

Josh Brant

Josh Brant is a staff writer at Switch Network. When he isn't gaming or writing on anything for his beloved Nintendo Switch, he is spending time with his wonderful family in the glorious Queen City: Cincinnati.

8.5

Great

Mutant Mudds Collection Review

There is no doubt, the Nintendo eShop continues to get more popular every single week. With great additions like Splasher and Battle Chef Brigade, I want to keep coming back for more and Mutant Mudds Collection by Jools Watsham’s Atooi Games is no exception. Mutant Mudds Collection is a nice nostalgic side-scroller created from full 8-bit art. The Collection includes Mutant Mudds, Mutant Mud...[Read More]

6

Fair

Slain: Back from Hell Review

While they sometimes can be played out too much, I still very much enjoy old-school games with retro graphics. Slain: Back From Hell from developer Stage Clear Studios especially feels like a love letter to me due to its heavy metal influence and Castlevania-like aesthetic. The visuals ooze style and the guitar laden soundtrack will have any metal fan head-banging, but does the gameplay match-up? ...[Read More]

7

Good

Tennis in the Face Review

When they’re done well, simple games can be fun and addictive and there is a new one on the Nintendo Switch, by Finnish developer 10tons, called Tennis in the Face. Tennis in the Face is a very simple puzzle style game that is reminiscent of Angry Birds and The Incredible Machine. Your main goal being to try and set off a chain reaction of events to take out all the characters on the screen ...[Read More]

9

Amazing

Splasher Review

With the flood of indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch, it can be hard to find the diamonds in the rough. While many games are good in their own way, let me direct you to a new and refreshing take on the 2D platformer/shooter genre with Splasher from developer Splashteam. This clever title has you use a Paint Cannon to not only defeat enemies, but to traverse the environments in a wildly out ...[Read More]

6

Fair

Caveman Warriors Review

Over the years we’ve seen many competent games set in the stone age, such as Joe & Mac or Chuck Rock. Now, with the release of the Nintendo Switch there is a new foray into the prehistoric period from developer JanduSoft with Caveman Warriors. I really appreciated the nostalgic nature of the title for side-scrollers of the past while providing an authentic experience on its own. Unfortun...[Read More]

6.5

Fair

Crimsonland Review

Being able to destroy zombies, giant spiders, aliens, and other monstrosities all in one sitting sounds like a glorious revelation for many of us, and Crimsonland has been having players do this for over ten years. Developer 10tons released Crimsonland first back in 2003 for PC and it was later remastered in 2014 for practically all gaming systems. The only system it was missing from was the Ninte...[Read More]

7

Good

Cat Quest Review

One word fits Singapore-based developer The Gentlebros Cat Quest perfectly: charming. With the endless deluge of amazing Nintendo Switch titles being released each week, there is no doubt this one should stick out with a cute looking world and an anthropomorphic cat as its main character. In Cat Quest you take the role of a silent protagonist and the story begins with your sister being kidnapped a...[Read More]

6.5

Fair

Heroes of the Monkey Tavern Review

The dungeon crawler genre has been around for quite a long time starting with the Atari ST classic Dungeon Master, though we don’t see many games from the genre nowadays. However, there is a new dungeon crawler title by developer Monkey Stories called Heroes of the Monkey Tavern which originally released for PC, but is now available for the Nintendo Switch. The adventure starts off allowing ...[Read More]

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