While usually associated with mobile gaming, the endless runner (in all of its variations) has at times proven to be worthy of console play as well when handled correctly. The fact that Super Glitch dash is played in first-person perspective helps to make that case, being a bit more visually interesting than its side-scrolling brethren. Gameplay involves you needing to duck, jump, and dodge between lanes to avoid obstacles and traps while attempting to pick up items, some in plain sight and others hidden, along the way. For the most part the play is straightforward and can be satisfying if you’re even a moderate fan of the genre, and if you’re determined to find and grab even the toughest items on each level you’ll find that it can be challenging to get the timing down. It won’t be for everyone but it does a fair job occupying some time and keeping you engaged.
Justin Nation, Score: