With arcade hits such as Pac-Man, Galaga and Ridge Racer to its name, it's fair to say that Nakamura Manufacturing Company – better known as Namco – has a proud history behind it. Founded in 1955 with ride-on mechanical toys as its main focus, Namco would find global fame with the arrival of the arcade video game in the late 1970s. Pac-Man sealed the company's status as one of the industry's leading lights, and the rest – as they say – is history.
It's that amazing history which makes Namco Museum on Switch such a tantalising prospect. Sure, it's by no means the first of its kind – the series began way back on the Sony PlayStation – but it's the first "new" collection we've had in a while, and Bandai Namco (as the company is now known) has gone the extra mile in terms of emulation quality, options and new features.
Before we get stuck into details regarding the various games included, it's worth noting a few similarities between all of them. First up, the games are perfect replications of the coin-op originals. All of the titles – with the exception of Pac-Man VS. – play in a window surrounded by marquee-style cabinet artwork. It's possible to add scanlines and adjust the size or position of the window from the in-game settings menu; you can also tinker with the aspect ratio and even flip the image 90 degrees, something which comes in very useful with Galaga and Galaga '88, both of which were originally displayed on arcade monitors in a portrait "TATE" configuration. Pressing the L shoulder button inserts a credit, while pressing the R shoulder button brings up the aforementioned options menu, from where you can also peruse the controls and read the digital instruction manual for each game. Suspend points are included as standard, so if you have to exit a title for whatever reason it will allow you to pick up from where you left off when you next load it up.
Each game (again, which the exception of Pac-Man VS.) has two modes: Normal and Challenge. The first is self-explanatory, but the second is likely to be source of many hours of entertainment for dedicated players. It presents you with a specific goal to overcome which is tailored to the game – for example, in Galaga the objective is to allow three of your ships to be captured in the enemy's tractor beam before rescuing the trio in under three minutes. As is the case with normal gameplay, your performance in these challenges can be uploaded to online leaderboards, giving you the incentive to hone your skills and be the best in the world.
The 11 games included in this package give you a sample of Namco's enviable arcade output during the '80s and '90s. Pac-Man is of course included; Toru Iwatanu's masterpiece remains an iconic moment in the history of video gaming and, despite its advanced years, remains as addictive and compelling as ever. 1981's Galaxian sequel Galaga may be a riff on Taito's Space Invaders concept, but many consider it to be the superior game as it introduces additional complexity and challenge. Dig-Dug is a fine example of Namco's willingness to experiment in the '80s; you use a hose to inflate enemies, which is as fun as it sounds. The next two titles – The Tower of Druaga and Sky Kid – are perhaps the closest the package has to genuine bum notes. They're not especially bad by any means, and Druaga has quite a following with Japanese retro gamers, but both feel somewhat out of place in this collection.
Thankfully, things are put back on track with Rolling Thunder, an excellent platform action title which received an even better sequel in 1991, which is also included here. Galaga '88 takes the 1981 version and adds better visuals and sound, as well as more complicated gameplay – it's perhaps one of the best shooters of the period, despite its rather rough visuals when compared to other titles released around the same time. Next is the famous Splatterhouse, one of the first coin-ops to leverage gore and gruesome imagery to draw in punters. Thankfully, the controversial visuals aren't the only noteworthy thing about the title; the side-scrolling gameplay is tight and challenging, and this version has the bonus of being uncensored, unlike the NEC TurboGrafx edition previously made available on Nintendo's' Virtual Console service. 1991's Tank Force is another somewhat odd inclusion; it's not a title which is particularly famous, despite being the sequel to Namco's popular Battle City, which was ported to the Famicom in 1985. Imagine Pac-Man with tanks and destructible environments, and you're close.
Finally, we have a remastered version of Pac-Man VS. which features HD visuals and support for multiple Joy-Con controllers. The objective is simple - one player controls the famous pill-muncher while up to three other players attempt to catch them, at which point they become Pac-Man and the chase continues.
The original GameCube version made use of Game Boy Advance connectivity so the "Ghost" players couldn't actually see where the Pac-Man player was at any time; that's naturally not possible on the single-screen Switch (ironically it would have been ideal for the Wii U), so for the full experience you need two consoles. However, it's still possible for up to three players to use a single Switch, but they will be limited to playing as Ghosts. In addition it's also possible for anyone to download a free app that means if you have two Switch systems you can enjoy the dual-screen gameplay with only one full copy of the game. In one sense Pac-Man VS. is very nearly worth the price of admission alone; it's such a fantastic gameplay experience when you've got a group of friends around.
For the asking price, it's very hard to find fault with Namco Museum. You're getting 11 enjoyable games here (the jury is still out on Duraga, at least in the Nintendo Life office) for a budget price when you consider it as a few bucks per game. Were these games issued individually on the eShop, the total cost would be way in excess of what Bandai Namco is asking for this collection. It's only natural that there will be some disagreement over the choices made; why include Tank Force when Mappy, Xevious, Pole Position or Mr. Driller would have made much better inclusions? We imagine that Bandai Namco's selection process was based on the knowledge that this is the first of a series on Switch; fingers crossed that we see those other classics in the fullness of time, as well as later arcade hits like Marvel Land, Lucky & Wild and Nebulous Ray – we can dream, right?
Namco Museum does a great job of highlighting the illustrious lineage of one of video gaming's most famous arcade companies; not only is it packed with addictive games that will keep you glued to your Switch for many weeks to come, but it boasts excellent emulation, a host of options, online leaderboards, a special challenge mode for each game and a new version of Pac-Man VS. which is sure to become the go-to party title for many Switch players. While there are a couple of titles that we'd have swapped out for other, more worthy offerings from Namco's past, you're still getting an excellent selection of games for a reasonable price here. Fingers crossed Bandai Namco will pillage the vaults for a second collection in the very near future.
Really wish they'd release these seperately as VC titles =
Just bought it. It's my first Namco collection purchase. I can see these games being titles I go back to over and over for short play bursts during the Switch's entire lifespan.
Would have been nice to see a cheaper price or more namco game variety. How about soul blade or the dreamcast version of soul calibur?
£30 on the UK eShop, £22-ish if you can grab it from the US one, or £20-ish if you can get it off the JP one (hoping the menus are in/can be changed to English, natch)
Might pick this up. Taito Legends 1 & 2 Double pack next plz!
I wouldn't expect newer games, but the lack of Xevious and Pole Position is head scratching.
Awesome! I didn't know there was a challenge mode! I love the selection of games since most of those I happen to need arcade ports of.
Looks like a great download title to have. I can't spend 30 bucks right now but maybe in the future.
$3 a game isn't bad, and considering the extras, this collection is well worth it. Of course, someone cough will argue otherwise.
And the way they handled Pac Man Vs. and it's multiplayer is well designed and just also goes to show the effort they clearly put into this collection.
Couldn't help it, I freaking love "SkyKid". I can see myself spending quite some time with this before achieving the expert levels of play from my youth. For now all I could achieve was how poor my hand-eye coordination has become.
@dsparil Pole Position without the steering wheel would just seems odd to me
@Menchi187 it would cost more if they did
@faint if you bought all 10 games if you are like me and are only a fan of Galaga, Dig Dug and PacMan it would be around $15 max
Now if they can just add in a physical....
A bit bummed about some of the missing games, likes of New Rally X and Mappy would have made this so much better.
Still I might consider getting it at some point, I love me some Digdug after all.
@ValhallaOutcast the nes versions on the wiiu vc cost five dollars. These have lots of additions and they are arcade ports. It would likely cost seven a piece.
I'll probably pick this up at some point, but I would really prefer a physical version. I'm also a bit disappointed by the lack of the Arrangement versions of DigDug and Galaga (which are still my favorite games from Namco Museum on the Gamecube).
The inclusion of Pac-Man Vs. is cool, but I don't have 2 Switches, and I recently picked up the original Gamecube disc for about $3.
Tower of Druaga anime poignantly pointed out the quirks of the arcade game and the nature of its cult following in Japan in one episode. It seems that it was an early example where players amassed notes on how to beat the levels and shared them with others in-person at the arcade. Because, of course, the internet as we know it didn't exist yet. Though, how they crammed in a self-referencing 1980's arcade game, into a show about swords and sorcery is nothing short of charming and nostalgiac, and it'd be a crime if they didn't do something with it. The anime is worth checking out if you're into that sort of thing.
As for the game, it's dangerous to go alone, take this...person's FAQ https://www.gamefaqs.com/arcade/584193-the-tower-of-druaga/faqs/36829
I won't. It'd have to be the rainiest of rainy days and after I clear my 6-foot tall DVD shelf of backlogged games, and loose carts in storage bins, before I even consider touching the Tower of Druaga again!
@faint Not for us who would only want select games that would cost less than the price of the collection. In my case, Splatterhouse, a game that was already on Wii VC. =
So I get unlimited continues because I can keep popping in quarters? That sort of ruins it for me - one of the Capcom collections on PSP was like that. Takes the challenge away, and I don't have the self control to limit my continues.
I love Ms. Pac-Man but where is she? Very dissappointing to leave her out of this collection of Namco games. This is a might buy not a must buy!
30 UK pounds... 30 ..that's 30 actual pounds.
I went to the switch store to buy this.. ok I'm 44 and played the originals in the arcade. But im not a casual fly by night old fart that's just remembering games nostalgically.
I play regularly 8 hours a day...every day and have done since the arcades in the 80's.
I have many Namco collections spanning many consoles and including mane emulation for the original ROMs.
No way on this greedy planet am I paying 30 quid for this. .. and I wanted this real bad.
Goodbye Namco you money grabbing buffoons. Would have paid up to 20 quid max
Just as a foot note ...ps vita have 5 Namco museums at 6 dollars each ..for each collection that is. And they are that old that they run perfect on anything remember....
The selection is good because the last release of this kind, NAMCO MUSEUM REMIX, that I have for Wii, had different games for the most part. In fact, the only game that is included here again is Dig Dug! This won't make the Wii version obselete by any stretch.
So, if you still have a Wii U or Wii and are interested, the NAMCO MUSEUM for Wii has the following games:
1 - DIG DUG
2 - GALAXIAN
3 - GAPLUS
4 - XEVIOUS
5 - MAPPY
6 - SUPER PAC-MAN
7 - PAC-MANIA
8 - PAC & PAL
9 - CUTIE-Q
10 - PAC'N ROLL REMIX (full port of the DS standalone title)
12 - RALLY-X REMIX (original gameplay with modern graphics)
11 - GALAGA REMIX (railshooter)
13 - PAC-MOTOS (multiplayer party game)
14 - GATOR PANIC REMIX (whack-a-mole)
1-9 are the original arcade versions. 10-14 are new games on this compilation.
The US has a sequel to it, NAMCO MUSEUM MEGAMIX on Wii as well.
they need to add a few more games to Namco museum: one of those games being dig-dug 2. (as a free update to the game...)
and yet out of all of these Namco games, the only one that i have ever played is Pac-Man. some of the others i have not even heard of until now.
I do love Rolling Thunder. Good to see parts 1 & 2 on here.
@masterLEON that's some great info about Tower of Druaga. I heard the game was somewhat popular in Japan. I've only sampled the PC Engine version which is an update/remix version. Thanks for sharing your info.
I wasn't really interested in this... until I saw Rolling Thunder. Oh my life! I used to love that game!
No Mappy? Welp there's a very low chance that I'll ever pick up this then, I already have the one for DS from a while back and I still occasionally play it on my 3DS.
You don't appreciate Tank Force... that's the main reason I want Namco Museum, Battle City was great!
TWO Rolling Thunder's, TWO Galaga's, some very questionable other inclusions...sorry, but just no. Besides, I'm fortunate enough to own the Pac Man Plug n' Play, possessing a better catalogue of games and a lovely Arcade joystick and buttons.
@Captain_Toad can we stop this already!?
Definite buy for me next pay day. Arcade games are my jam.
It belongs on my Switch.
@Pazuzu666 splatter house is great
I would have liked Pac-Land. Always had a soft spot for that game since the Amiga days.
@Menchi187 that is the turbo port. This is the arcade port.
@faint Anything for the defence eh? The point is moot. Sell them individually then like HAMSTER do. Or bring the TG16 VC.
I'm not sold on this. I feel like I would play 3-4 of the games but the other 6-7 wouldn't get played much. So I have to say that the price is too much for this. I would rather download 5 NeoGeo games!
"It belongs in a Museum!"
Lol: The sentence makes it sound like its totally outdated, thus not worth your time.
How can such a lazy rip-off effort get 8/10? Oh, sorry, I forgot, it's a Switch game review.
@sabre_wulf1 Playing devil's advocate here with my tongue firmly in my cheek -
If you've played these games for 8 hours per day at the arcade, this brings me to believe the £30 asking price is small change compared to what you've invested in these in your misspent youth - with inflation I estimate you've already spend £30,000.06 already. Go on, pay another £30. You will never again have to tap your folks up for their spare change
If there's another collection later on, they have to include Phelios and Burning Force. I enjoyed the hell out of the Genesis versions, but I'd welcome the arcade originals if possible.
Cool I'll buy it. Now give me Klonoa.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE it looks to me like a bit of love has gone into this game; you can vericalise the console to feel like you're playing in an arcade cabinet. The backgrounds look nice. And it equates to £3 per title.
Expensive that may be but lazy, not so sure it is...
@Henmii It's a movie reference. I'll let you find out what it's from.
Nintendo Arcade Classics w/vertical mode needs to happen. Though it still may not feel right without the actual arcade controls.
Bought it. Love it.
I'm a little bothered by the size of the borders. If it's to maintain an integer scale (which would be a good thing), shouldn't the borders be sized differently when docked vs when not? Unless the game is always running at 720p.
@AG_Awesome "soul blade"
That's a name I haven't heard in while. I remember seeing the original Soul Edge in the arcade. Good times
@Damo good film, not as good as raiders though
@sabre_wulf1 grab it from the american store it works out about £21
I went to the eShop yesterday and didn't see this available or the free Pac-Man Vs download. Is it there today?
@nab1 you can disable the borders and scale the image any way you want
and i'm actually playing it in TV mode and rotated my monitor by 90 degrees! it's great!
@sabre_wulf1 I'm with you on this. I'm 46 and played these and others in my youth at the arcades. I remember pocket money disappearing thanks to Rolling Thunder.
I don't see how £30 is budget nor do I see how these as a combination warrant that price. I suppose for a new younger generation whom like retro games they justify it.
@manu0 Thanks! That is good to know.
@Yarrdave it's even cheaper when you buy it in the JP eShop
Is there any guide to getting games from the US e-shop? Assume any Japanese games would be in Japanese?
@manu0 I've never had any luck finding cards for the Japanese store unfortunately
@norwichred you literally just make a new account and pick America or Japan as your country
@Yarrdave i just use my credit card on my JP 3DS. or I buy cards on amazon JP
@manu0 which credit card is it? Mine don't work
Does anyone know if the screen can be stretched to full screen
Trailer in Switch Eshop had footage from other arcade games too, unless something goes without i noticing. Which is these called?
E: Weird, something else similar arcade games come to mind but not remembering name, especially that flying jet.
@Gs69 yes it can!
@Yarrdave normal european VISA card. it doesn't work on switch though, only 3DS!
I want to pick this up, but the exclusion of titles like Mappy and Ms. Pac-Man make me think it may not be worth it for $30. Of the games included, I only really care about Pac-Man, Pac-Man Vs., Galaga, and Dig-Dug.
@manu0 thanks! Good to know all I have seen is the cropped screens
@dudujencarelli Phelios, Burning Force, Assault, Outfoxies, Valkyrie (including the super-cool remake on one of the PS1 Museums), and on and on and on!
I was really hoping this would have a virtual musuem that you could walk around in first person and view paraphernalia of each game's history like previous installments. Is there a gallery of artwork or other " musuem" like features in this? That was my favorite part about the old namco museum collections. It was cool and somewhat therapeutic to walk around and learn about each game's history.
They should update these Museum packs with some newer games.
Why always the same games over and over again? How about releasing a pack with Soul Calibur, Tekken, Point Blank, Ridge Racer, Taiko no Tatsujin and Mr Driller. Most of these games are already almost 20 years old.
All these ~16 bit games have been released so many times I don't even get nostalgic anymore. It's just boring.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE I fail to see the laziness in this collection. You've got ten ARCADE PERFECT versions of classic games with online leaderboards and challenges along with the ability to flip the screen for the arguably most authentic experience you can find nowadays. And you've also got an HD remaster of a pretty freakin sweet Gamecube game.
Still comes out to less than 3 dollars a game.
Sounds good but I still have the game cube version I can break out. Also it's hard to read the article from my phone with 13 ads and 2 plugs for NintendoLife on Facebook. Seems a bit extreme.
What's underwhelming is how average this compilation is. Previous Namco Museums have had more bang for your buck. Staple titles are oddly missing here, and Pac Man Vs. misses the opportunity for online play.
@SteveW I'm really excited about Tank Force too! I grew up playing Battle City on my 32 in 1 multicart when I was a kid.
So what is the Challenge Mode and can you play PacMan Vs with 4 Switch's?
Bought for Pac-Man Vs.
"1981's Galaxian sequel Galaga may be a riff on Taito's Space Invaders concept"...
Not to nit-pick but Galaxian was the riff on Space Invaders, actually. Galaga took a bigger step forward from Galaxian.
Mario Chase and Luigi's Ghost Mansion (Nintendo Land - WiiU) are great modern takes on the Pac-Man Vs formula.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE This is not a lazy port. If you were not lazy you would have read this review to find out.
No Rally-X? Toy Pop? Bosconian?
The review score is definitely on point... and a must have for fans of old school arcade games. I would love to see Bandai Namco launch a Namco Museum sequel that includes Ms. Pac-Man, Mappy, Pole Position I and II and the original Soul Calibur (Dreamcast version).
@Leu10antFalcon I would love to see them give this the Bomberman R treatment with free periodic additions, although I'd be willing to pay a few extra dollars.
@norwichred I buy all my games from the NA Eshop now. Setting up a NA account is easy but purchasing games from it isn't as straight forward initially. I've found the easiest way is buying Eshop credit from Amazon.com and just adding the codes to my US account. There's a few steps you need to do first for Amazon.com to accept your purchase though. It's supposed to be only available for US residents but if you edit your 'one click settings' it will accept your purchase. It's easy to do once you know how. Then the first time you try to make a purchase from the US Eshop it will ask for your zip code. Do a search online for a tax free state, I'm sure I used Oregon then that's it, you're good to go. You only need to go through these steps once, after that it's just the same as purchasing Eshop credit in the UK.
If you need any help with Amazon let me know. I figured it out how to get around the restriction eventually but it wasn't exactly obvious.
The free download for pacman vs on multiple switch systems sold the game for me. Nice addition so only one person has to have the full game.
Did this review really gripe about the inclusion of Tank Force? Won't stand for this, it's one of the best reasons to own this collection. SkyKid and Rolling Thunder, too.
Pitch perfect Switch games if you ask me.
Don't diss Sky Kid, that game is a friggin masterpiece ^^
No physical release and they still want $30? That's too steep. I bought the Namco Museum on PS3 which had many games on it too and I think it was $10, $15 at most. Shameful cash grab at that price point, maybe future sale?
I heard Pac Man VS actually has some online functionality, can someone can confirm this? If it's there, then I'm sold
The lack of physical release has stopped me buying this. The price is ok on paper (on the USA shop it works out at £22) but I think I'd get bored of it after a while which is where resale value comes in. Never mind.
@Lizuka A few early Namco compilations and plug n plays feature Ms Pacman. 16-bit systems got ms pacman but no pacman.
Modern Namco would rather pretend Ms Pacman doesn't exist. Being primarily a western arcade game initially unauthorized, there is little nostalgia for it in Japan although it is big here. Japanese execs make the inclusion decisions so go figure. Then again there's the '81 reunion machines in every arcade, bar, pizzaria, and laundermat with Ms pac so go figure...
I love both and feel they should be played side by side, but what am i to do?
@sabre_wulf1 hey there jr. I'm 45 and am also an avid gamer and collector of all things gamey. I mentioned this the other day and got a mouthful back but totally agree with you on the price of this. Same with retro city rampage and overlooked. Overpriced more like. Love your name by the way.
@nab1 don't call me junior!
@crackafreeze They did add Ms Pac Man as dlc for the Pac Man collection on 360/PS3 for about £4... so they go this route or just add more games for free with anyluck.
Review is a bit drab, but I imagine there's just not a lot to say about these games. They're pretty simple.
Complaints about the price are as I've said before, a bit silly. It comes to only a few dollars per game.
The complaints about the library are somewhat valid. I feel like Namco was going for a more unique collection and in that they succeeded. It has several games not on the other collections. Where I think it fails is not including more games from the others. 11 games is a bit small and I don't think It would have killed them to include some of the more common favorites such as Ms Pac Man.
For me, it's all about Splatterhouse.
This is a good collection, although I have to ask. Why can't this collection have Tekken 1-3 and other 90s arcade games like Ridge Racer?
Nobody will argue that Pac-Man and Galaga are classics, but what about the rest of your backlog?
You know Namco, the 90s are hitting 20 years currently. Why not do a "Namco Museum 90s Edition and include arcade versions of your 90s hits like Ridge Racer, Soul Caliber, Time Crisis (With Joycon support as the lightgun), Tekken and so on?
I think everyone and their grandma has a version of Pac Man somewhere on their collections or even phone. If this Namco Museum series is really as successful as you make it out to be, then having a 2nd collection that focuses on later 90s games would not only be as profitable but would be more fresher to gamers.
@nab1 I miss that game so much. Back when Sony started releasing PSOne games on their network I really enjoyed playing them on my PSP. I kept hoping soul blade/edge would finally come out but it never did. 😢
I'm eager to buy another Switch title, but I have this on the GBA and GameCube and have some of the games on the 3DS. Seems like a redundancy for me.
so if i have all the arcade cabinets should i still get this?
@faint S'House is serviceable (at best).
@Pahvi Gah, drat. Still, glad there is a single screen mode for Pac Man VS
Need physical release.
Bought it, love it, hoping for a part 2 soon.
Yes metal I also was hoping for a physical release but at only 3 gig decided to download it. I agree it's still nice to own a physical copy.
I want to buy this for both ROLLING THUNDERS and SPLATTERHOUSE alone...
This looks pretty decent. I will only buy if I can get a physical copy
@BigKing agreed! It is about time that these museum packs get updated. They also need to be physical releases as well
I wasn't going to buy this,at least not for $30 but now that I've downloaded the Pacman Vs demo and seen how nicely it's all presented,I'll be buying it in the next few hours.
MORE TATE SHMUPS!!!! Christ the Switch is so versatile!
"Riiidggeee raaacceeerr" 😂
Nah but seriously, I had Namco museum for the GameCube and it was great so I'm tempted to get it for the switch. I have a lot of fun with Digdug.
Indiana jones, am I right?
It seems like this has enough to make it a decent standalone release, but that they may have held back some titles for the future. I guess they could either use this as a hub for dlc additions, or just release further volumes like the PS ones.
It's a little frustrating what this title shows could be done, though, because it has me picturing the collection Nintendo could put out but is highly unlikely to - "The NIntendo Arcade Collection". I'd like to see a collection of the ORIGINAL arcade games - Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr, Popeye, Mario Bros. as well as later titles like Crusin' USA. It's high time to correct the issue of thre not being an accurate arcade port of Donkey Kong. It was understandable in '86 that they had to make some compromises, but in 2017 it's inexcusably lazy that they haven't finally issued the real thing. They could take a cue from this collection and make the vertical screen games with the same rotate options.
Unfortunately, knowing the way Nintendo does things it's too easy to picture them having "no comment on this topic at this time" much less ever release it.
can't wait for RE4 to hit Switch.
Does this version have Charles Martinet as Mario as the announcer like in the original Pac-Man vs for GameCube?
"In addition it's also possible for anyone to download a free app that means if you have two Switch systems you can enjoy the dual-screen gameplay with only one full copy of the game."
I wish more games did this - especially Nintendo's First Party titles.
@Lizuka Just you wait until Bandai Namco creates a Namco Museum sequel. Don't worry... they will add Ms. Pac-Man in the roster as well other games like Galaxian, Mappy, Pole Position I and II, etc.
30 bucks for 11 Namco games including Sky Kid and no Mappy, Metrocross or Xevious? Or even Galaxian?
And the review score is 8/10? Seriously?
I'm really glad Namco included a TATE mode. Strikers 1945 and Gunbarich show that the Switch's tabletop mode is perfect for playing games in vertical orientation.
However, with this collection, i'd really rather have a physical release at 30€.
I haven't played Rolling Thunder since my old arcade days. Hmm....
Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan, if they dropped SkyKid and Tank Force for Mappy and Mr. Driller, this'd be a no-brainer.
@ACK soeey for necroing the thread. But I totally agree about Tank Force being a perfect include for the Switch. Played 2 player Tank Force using table top mode with the GF using the 2 joycons while we were having some drinks at a cafe bar one rainy sunday afternoon. Good times
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