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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: July 27, 2020 (11:08 PM)
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I look forward to hunting this one down on eBay the next time I take a break from swimming through my money bin. Wasn't this one developed for mobile first, then merely ported to Switch with improved graphics? If I'm remembering right, that could serve as an explanation for a relative lack of ambition. On mobile, it would have been plenty ambitious. And now, hopefully the team will attempt something more ambitious and develop for Switch (and maybe PS5 and Xbox Series X) right from the start? In any event, this is a good review that took an approach I thought made a lot of sense. I do look forward to having a comfortable experience with this one someday!

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