Review: Butcher (Nintendo Switch)
As a cyborg programmed to eradicate the last remnants of humanity, your sole purpose is to… Well, annihilate anything that moves.
- Pixel graphics.
- 117MB Download size.
- Four save slots.
- CRT effect filter.
- Control settings- ZR ZL button swap and Left stick jump option.
- Settings- Auto switch on pick up and when running out of ammo. Use weapons as you pick them up.
- Browse levels- Level select for any unlocked levels.
- Hidden collectibles- Skulls.
- Seven areas with a handful of levels on each.
- Pixel twin stick 2D platform shooter gameplay.
- Lock on with weapons to make it easier.
- Levels spawn random missions like exterminate.
- Fast frantic gameplay.
- Tutorial help.
- Boss fights.
- Clver level design with hidden routes.
- Doom feel to it all from the UI to the atmosphere.
- Pixel gore!
- Many weapon types from chainsaws to shotguns to grenade launchers.
- Very small characters as the game is quite zoomed out.
- Difficulty spikes.
- Slight learning curve especially for the controls.
- Can get repititive.
- Little replay ability once you play through the game.