Perhaps with the right group of friends this could briefly entertain, but it’s too short on ideas to be of much interest
With a plentitude of local multiplayer games for all types and ages on the Switch you’ve really got to bring something cool to the system to make a splash at this point. No doubt looking to horn in a bit on the popularity of Among Us (which, honestly, is a ship that mostly sailed quite some time ago in terms of its current popularity and buzz), Rumble Sus borrows some of the paranoid vibe, but doesn’t do too much with it. The players who are the murderer will feel their controller rumble and their goal will be to pick off the victims without getting taken out themselves. Gone is the subtlety and trying to convince your peers of your innocence or guilt, everything here is happening within the same generally crowded stage, as everyone is trying to grab one of the pretty limited number and variety of power-ups that can help you know who is who, or give you a chance to take someone out. There are a few different stages, some of which do complicate things in a few ways, but this really is a threadbare offering that simply doesn’t have any real staying power.
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