Review: 30-in-1 Game Collection: Volume 1 (Nintendo Switch)
In this abundance of pick-up-and-play games, you can play solo, or get the party started, as over half of the games have support for up to four players.
- Nice hand-drawn cartoon style graphics.
- 1.3GB Download size.
- Handheld/TV support.
- Each game has a help/tutorial section.
- Earn EXP in games to rank up and unlock more games.
- Classic games make their appearance from games like memory, Snake to Zuma, Ice hockey and many more. I say the proper names but they are in fact their own version of these games.
- 1-4 local player support depending on the game.
- Pick up and play.
- Each game has very simple controls.
- A true champion for the portable two player game sessions.
- Great time waster.
- Perfect for families or kids on a car journey.
- Loads of replay value.
- No touchscreen support.
- Lacks leaderboards of any kind.
- Some games are not worth bothering with or are so simple it is pointless.
- Annoying how long it takes to unlock games.
- Hockey, in particular, has a horrible Joycon control issue where you cannot invert axis and the whole control thing is thrown off.