Since the Switch has been pretty thin in the sporting games department, to a degree it’s exciting to see anything athletic coming the system’s way. Horatio Goes Snowboarding, unfortunately, isn’t going to deliver much of anything in terms of depth, but fans of more arcade-like experiences can still take solace in the fact that the basic gameplay it does offer is at least diverting… even if not likely for very long. Your goal is mostly straight-forward, simply wanting to get to the bottom of the hill you’ve been airdropped onto, and you’ll garner some extra points and prestige for managing to go between the periodic flags that have been set up or for weaving a little closely to obstacles like the trees that are procedurally laid out on the slopes. It’s not bad, and the further you manage to go the more complicated it will get to avoid wiping out, but sadly aside from simply trying to score higher on the leaderboard there’s really nothing else that it has to offer. Not bad for some cheap budget fun, but that’s about it.
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