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Monster Jam Steel Titans

Publisher: THQ Nordic

  • Price: $29.99
  • Release Date: Nov 26, 2019
  • Number of Players: 1 - 2
  • Last on Sale: -
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  • ESRB Rating: E [Everyone]
  • While Monster Truck fans may enjoy spotting their favorite rides, the gameplay versus value leaves something to be desired

    The overall representation of the racing genre on the Switch outside of the likes of Mario Kart and its clones remains poor, but at least for the sake of variety games like Monster Jam are at least making an appearance. Granted, with this game being all about trying to drive a monster truck the concepts of precision steering and control are completely out the window. To the game’s credit I found it more consistently enjoyable than its predecessor, though it does at least somewhat share some of its faults. One pity is that the phenomenon of kicking off a monster truck breakdance of sorts is still present, but I will note that the tendency for the game’s physics to plain give up and allow you to be launched into the stratosphere after hitting some bump or ramp the wrong way has been dealt with well, though on occasion I’d get an incident involving that issue. This will in no way make up for the lack of Gran Turismo or Need for Speed but I can understand the thrill the right audience may have getting into the cab of one of these behemoths. Just keep your expectations in check and it should be good for some fun, though you should probably wait for a sale first.

    Justin Nation, Score:
    Bad [5.9]

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