Maybe it’s better than the first game? I don’t know, and I don’t want to play either game long enough to be sure. Fatal Fury First Contact is a portable version of Real Bout Fury 2, and while it eliminates various characters from the big-bag version of the game, the overall atmosphere is pretty well preserved. With a good vibe, nice characters, and plenty of content to play with, Elliot offers good value for money if you’re interested in the big-bag version of the game. I can’t find much information about this game and haven’t been able to play it myself, so I can’t say anything about its quality. Fortunately, it’s a good game in that sense. It’s likely that any game you’re interested in on the Switch that hasn’t been released by Nintendo is now on sale, so go to the store and check out your wish list. The Last Dead End has some interesting elements, but in the end it’s a very flawed action-horror game. Gradius III is best known for its Super NES version, which turned a terribly complex arcade game into a fun one. It’s a little slower and more methodical than some of the other fighters released in the series so far, but if that’s your favorite style, you’ll have a lot of fun here. You have to be careful to make a good game like this one, but if the creator managed to do it, it will certainly be fun. It describes itself as a single-player adventure and puzzle game, and tells the story of the main character disintegrating using his whip and moving objects. If the game needed it, this is it. Some time ago, this editor released a game called Infection, which was actually a remake of the game better known as Ataxx. Just looking at the title and the graphics, you could tell it was another lightweight Gnomes Garden-style strategy game, and it was. The biggest problem with the arcade version is that it is so difficult that relatively few players have the ability to get to the first level. In any case, this is another player racing game with clunky physics and little content that is incredibly scattered.