Monster Jam: Crush It! for Nintendo Switch

Monster Jam: Crush It!

Oct 31, 2017
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Content Rating: Everyone


Crush It! takes fans back into authentic real-life stadiums for racing and freestyle events including the site of Monster Jam World Finals – Sam Boyd Stadium. Choose your favorite official Monster Jam trucks such as Grave Digger®, Max-D™, Monster Mutt and many more. Take your favorite Monster Truck out of the stadium and into all new environment challenges. Exciting physic based challenges include skills, hill jump and stunt modes. All-new tracks that will test your skills to master speed and balance over insane jumps and obstacles or face ultimate destruction. Compete as a single player, or log into online leaderboards to earn bragging rights as the best Monster Jam truck driver and much, much more…

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
Justin NationDec 19, 2017
Overall Monster Jam: Crush It is a hot mess of a game that is coming to eShop in a state that’s simply baffling. While on paper the license mixed with the various modes sounds like a lot of fun, the execution of not just the graphics but the overall gameplay makes it feel more like a game from a previous generation and I’m not only talking about the previous one.
Alex SeedhouseJan 05, 2018
Monster Jam: Crush It! promised players the chance to take control and experience Monster Jam like they have never seen, but it fails to ever entertain. There will be those that may blindly enjoy playing as their favourite Monster Jam trucks, but it doesn’t hide how pitiful this game really is – an effort that would look more at home on mobile rather than seeing release on Nintendo Switch and other consoles before it. At least there’s a button dedicated to pinging fireworks in every direction.
Ethan HuntNov 28, 2017
Monster Jam: Crush It! is a disappointment that takes many inspirations from great games yet doesn’t quite nail any of them, resulting in an unsatisfying experience with monstrous control.