Pilot Sports for Nintendo Switch

Pilot Sports

Sep 27, 2018
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Developer: Z-Software GmbH
Content Rating: Everyone


At PILOT SPORTS everything revolves around a wide variety of aircraft that control and feel differently. Each of them offers a new challenge. You have to fly challenging courses at exotic locations and achieve the best time or score. Various disciplines and a variety of game elements and collectibles provide further variety. More than 50 different courses and many different aircraft: Fly with an Airplane, a Jetpack, and a Hang-Glider in 2 variants, as well as a parachute. 7 different challenge types. Plus unlockable courses, where you can explore a sunny island. Play with 8 characters and a unique soundtrack with 11 different music pieces that provide for a summerly and exotic flair.

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Ryan WomboldOct 31, 2018
Pilot Sports is a huge disappoint to me. I’ve been waiting for a game in this style for a while now and so to finally get something with the flaws that this game has feels a little bit like a “Monkey’s Paw” situation to me. If you’re thinking though “Hey I bet it’s at least pretty cheap”, I’m sorry to disappoint you again. The game is (currently) $34.99 on the Switch and $29.99 on the PS4 which is flatly outrageous.
Rachel PoliNov 13, 2018
I found myself listening to the music and enjoying myself with that over actually playing the game. Overall, Pilot Sports caused more frustration than fun. The graphics, music, and levels were well done. However, the controls were too sensitive to make it further in the game and there wasn’t much variety in the challenges.
Evan NorrisSep 29, 2018
Pilot Sports gets some of the basics right—flying and physics work the way they should—and offers a welcome amount of content in terms of missions and local multiplayer, but stumbles over objective design, geographic diversity, presentation, and technology. In the end, it doesn't come close to matching the high level of polish and playability of the Nintendo series that inspired it. If you're looking for a Pilotwings substitute, keep looking.

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