I love this game, and even if Iga came home with me personally and smeared peanut butter on my Joy Cons, I would probably have fun playing this scary switching port. It’s been a long time since SEGA released a game in its series of rhythmic themes based on the idol Vokoloid Hatsune Miku, so some fans speculated that the company had abandoned the license. This is exactly the game I was hoping to get from Koji Igarashi, the man known for his contributions to the Castlevania brand in titles like Symphony of the Night, Aria of Sorrow and Order of Ecclesia. But the game really seems to go beyond what it can sometimes grasp, and while it’s laudable from a philosophical point of view, it sometimes makes the game a bit crumbled. The game has only been announced so far in Japan, but the previous games have come to the West, so I would say that the prospects are good, we’ll see that it will be localized. It’s a pretty ambitious game in many ways, but you can feel almost any wall that the budget has hit. Not without its value, and almost worth the trip to see all the stupid pictures and stupid jokes alone, but I suspect that more people will be stopped by the change version of casting spells than they like. It’s a game that I really wanted to love. It’s not that there’s no reason to suspect otherwise, but it’s a good port that feels like home on a portable system like the Switch. Unlike other sports video game providers, 2K Sports strives to keep the switch updated on new developments. It’s a stand-alone game, actually. And hey, it’s a good game. If you play in portable mode, the text of this game is ridiculously small. Open World games have come a long way since the creation of Red Faction Guerrilla ten years ago, but although they certainly feel their age in some places, I think there is still value in the game. At the same time, it is a very thin idea in terms of depth and can therefore be combined with a younger set, which does not interfere with repetition and further develops your motor skills.