While I was excited to see a retro racer in the vein of classics like Super Sprint and its ilk coming to Switch, I knew it could be tricky. The fact is, aside from playing games like that in the arcade with a wheel they’ve never come over very well in terms of control. Unfortunately, Moto Roader MC fits that bill pretty well dead-on, and with the general speed of everything being pretty quick that just makes it all the more painful. I suppose some credit goes to there being so many tracks, and some layouts that aren’t as turn-focused help make everything a bit more easy to enjoy, but even giving the game some time it remains really easy to screw up, and that’s even without projectiles or bombs from other cars disrupting you. If you’ve got a group of friends to play with locally it may at least work better with everyone being at the same disadvantage, but overall it’s a pretty rough experience.
Justin Nation, Score: