Super Dodgeball Beats for Nintendo Switch

Super Dodgeball Beats

Sep 12, 2019
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Developer: PlayStack
Content Rating: Everyone


Take part in insanely cool dodgeball games played to the rhythm of 18 original music tracks. Conquer your rivals in style with perfect rhythm and sweet moves. There’s nothing else like it! MULTIPLAYER: Play against a friend via couch co-op and show off your amazing skills. Choose from 4 different teams, 8 gorgeous hand-drawn levels, and select any music track you want! Perfectly time your supercharged moves to finish off your opponents! CHAMPIONSHIP MODE: Be the galaxy’s best dodgeball team in this intense single-player mode! Your squad of 4 dodgeball students must rise through the ranks and face the weirdest foes, from the fearsome Vampire dodgeball masters to the mysterious thunder-infused ancients. Make it far enough and you’ll face even weirder and more powerful dodgeball bosses! INSANE POWERUPS: Turn the tide of battle by utilising a plethora of powerups including grenades, doughnuts, stone golems and more.

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Joel A. DeWitteOct 02, 2019
Super Dodgeball Beats is simple to grasp, challenging at times in uneven ways, but generally fun with a visual flair that is humorous and bombastic in a delightful way. While I’d have hoped for some different ways to apply challenge, it doesn’t become insurmountable and the narrow scope of options lets you focus on jumping right into a match. Even with some repetition in the soundtrack, this is another solid rhythm-based game on the Switch that you can put some headphones on and get tunnel vision enjoying it.
Dominic LeightonSep 16, 2019
Perhaps the biggest crime though is that the music isn’t exciting enough. Sure, it’s funky and distinctly cheerful, but it’s just not characterful enough, and later on I still found myself relying on the visual cues for the beats rather than the aural ones. The game’s presentation at least is fantastic, with bright, manga-styled visuals and cool-looking characters, but it’s let down by the less-than-inspiring action.
Chris Hyde Sep 23, 2019
It's not really about dodgeball, and it certainly isn't super. And the beats are obscured and hard to hit most of the time. Don't let the title deceive you.

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