10 Upcoming Switch Turn-Based RPGs & Strategy Games to Look Forward to in 2022

10 Upcoming Switch Turn-Based RPGs & Strategy Games to Look Forward to in 2022

Wow, the year’s going by so fast! I could swear it was only yesterday, when we’ve celebrated the beginning of 2022 – and here we are – in March. For gamers worldwide, however, it’s March that’s the beginning of their gaming calendar. Although there were some great releases in February, as well – it’s the next months that promise to be chockablock with fantastic games. So much so that the players may not even be able to keep up! Well, luckily for any Switch turn-based fan out there, I’ve got you covered – with this list of just 10 amazing games to look forward to in 2022.

Gotta Catch ‘Em All — Pokémon Legends: Arceus Review

Gotta Catch ‘Em All — Pokémon Legends: Arceus Review

Time for some truth; I’ve never played a Pokémon game until now. Okay, I lie, I played maybe 30 minutes of one of those on Game Boy Color – but that was it. For some reason, I never got into the series, as it never appealed to me as a child; it was also a time when I wasn’t a fan of turn-based games. Luckily, I changed that mindset, enjoyed some turn-based games, and now I am a fan of the genre. But there was still one thing I had to correct. I had to play a Pokémon game. And with the new Pokémon Legends: Arceus I finally had a chance to do it.

The Protagonist Ex-1 Review

The Protagonist Ex-1 Review

The Protagonist Ex-1 is a sci-fi turn-based tactical RPG. Angel, the protagonist, wakes up on an alien spaceship, unable to recall anything that has happened before. Now, she must find a way to escape it, while rescuing her team members on the way. While the early access version came out in February – the game has now been fully released. Let’s review The Protagonist Ex-1 core features.

Brutal Orchestra – Review

Brutal Orchestra – Review

Dying, what an interesting experience! Well, I suppose none of us really know anything about it, but we sure love to fantasize. What is next, after all is dead and gone? According to Brutal Orchestra, what is next is a full-on roguelite strategy experience of having to track down our killer in order to get revenge. Well, not that we care that much about it, but it’s something to do while waiting for our eternal reward, I guess…