While earlier on the Switch struggled to get its beat-em-up groove on, the past few years have at least been kind to the system, though genre fans would likely argue more would always be better. Given some of the higher-profile combatants in the arena this more modest budget brawler may not make a big splash, but that isn’t to say that it doesn’t have its place. I do wish there were more up-front instructions to help you get the most out of your moves and the controls earlier on, instead I found that I just had to keep experimenting and making mental notes of what I was pulling off, but I suppose it’s all pretty easy to put together with a little time and determination. Certainly old-school genre issues like a lack of much enemy variety and the tendency to simply stick to what works rather than being compelled to push yourself are there but if you’ve blown through everything out there for a reasonable price this deals up some workable action.
Justin Nation, Score: