It's a trick! This time, rather than covering some select new releases I'm going to tell you a bit about some of the great games we've reviewed this week (as there's been so many).
Puyo Puyo Champions
The Sega, arcade puzzler has made its way to the Switch in its own, e-sport ready, version. Puyo Puyo Champions. It features quite a few modes, including a four-player local play mode which can even be tweaked down to the drop-rate, and the standard solo and online modes are in there too.
Our reviewer, Rik, summarised the experience as 'a fun, cheap entry into the world of Puyo Puyo, but don't expect to be playing it for very long before awarding it a Bronze Rating.
Saints Row: The Third - The Full Package
Gosh, it's been a while since there was a new entry in the Saints Row series. Well, in the absence of a new one we've got a port of the over-the-top third one. It also includes all of the DLC that's the wub-wub gun, flying bikes, and the Genki kit, among the rest.
Our review was completed by our own Dave Aubrey, who concluded that it makes for 'A great open world adventure with plenty of shooting, explosions and a sense of humour. Not amazing, but well worth playing' before awarding it a Bronze Rating
Table Top Racing: World Tour - Nitro Edition
As James pointed out earlier late last week, during our podcast, there's been a recent trend of games making their way from mobile to consoles. The latest to do this is Table Top Racing, as the revised Nitro Edition. Originally launched back on mobile, before the World Tour edition launched on Xbox One and PS4, the Nitro Edition is the refined version, patches and all.
Jon Mundy took on the review for this one, summerising that the game is 'A fully-featured arcade racer with a genuinely meaty single player campaign, Table Top Racing: World Tour - Nitro Edition nonetheless lacks a cutting edge where it matters - on the track.'