An influx of reviews and more coming

Earlier this week I mentioned LadiesGamers is evolving: more writers, a wider variety of gaming genres to cover. This website is all about doing what we love: writing and gaming. And depending on the content we want to bring you, writing or gaming takes priority.

A good thing too that we love it, as it takes up a lot of our free time. I have always strived to keep the site advert-free, and don’t worry, I will keep on doing so. After all, nobody wants to wade through all kinds of pop-ups and advertisements you have absolutely no interest in.

To help in getting good content on the site, we have taken to requesting review codes for upcoming games. Although we still buy a lot of games that you read about ourselves, the review codes give us a chance to keep the cost down and still bring you the latest news.

That’s why you may have noticed an influx of game reviews, and we also have some awesome reviews waiting to be published. There’s even an interview with a game developer in the works! About time to give a big thank you to the developers and publishers who kindly trust us with a code to write a review!

Indie games in the Switch eShop

The Switch has seen a lot of indie games in the eShop. And we have found some good games, that don’t burn a big hole in your pocket. Lost in Harmony, Whip! Whip!, Pode, Alchemic Jousts and INK all got the verdict ‘I like it a lot ‘. And yesterday Jonah handed out his first Two Thumbs Up for Lumines: Remastered. And we don’t give that lightly: think of it as the game our reviewer would take to a deserted island if one can only take a couple of games. So that’s saying something.

There’s more coming however, so there might be one that suits you too!

Air Mail

Air Mail is a fun flight game that’s already available to purchase for Nintendo Switch. (Price: £12.00/€12,99/$13.49)

You take the role of a young pilot, so prepare to soar through the skies, complete set missions, explore exotic islands, obtain collectables, and become a war hero!

The Lost Child

The Lost Child is an RPG set in modern Japan. Hayato Ibuki, an occult journalist, is thrust into the middle of a conflict between angels, demons, and fallen angels. Now, he must capture defeated foes and turn them into valuable allies. It released in America on the 19th of June, Europe the 22nd and will come to Australia on the 6th of July. (Price: £49.99/€49,99/$49.99)


Figment is an action adventure that takes you to the recesses of the human mind, and one that is in turmoil. A story book world filled nightmares to battle, excellent puzzles to solve and emotions to explore.

It’s available tomorrow in the Switch eShop for $15,99/ € 19,99 (on offer for € 15,99 until July 21)/ GBP 17,99 ( on offer for GBP 14,39 until July 21)

Grave Danger

An action adventure with an unlikely group of heroes: Dante the cowboy, Elliot the Wizard and Malice the Reaper. You have to use their different abilities to solve puzzles and make their way out of trouble.

You can play it alone or with friends, for which the Switch is very suitable of course! It’s available in the eShop tomorrow for £15.29/€16,99/$16.99

Waking Violet
Playing as Violet, a shy teen with a desire to grow up, you get trapped in a dream you just can’t wake up from.

Every puzzle solved will take you closer to waking-up and getting back to your real life, but you are in the dream for a reason, and getting out might not be as easy as it sounds…

it’s available in the Switch eShop in June 29 for £4.25/€4,96/$4.99

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