Nintendo Switch Sports Review Roundup: Simple, Competitive Fun

Cody Gravelle – 4/5 – Screen Rant

Nintendo Switch Sports thrives on its gameplay, which is captivating despite its simplicity and remains a huge selling point for anyone interested in the title. It’s easy to lose hours of a night to budding competitive rivalries between friends in a specific game, and the motion controls make people active enough that it feels like a productive use of time besides entertainment. There are valid criticisms to be made about the shallow gameplay roster and even shallower character customization, but at its core, Nintendo Switch Sports is an absolute blast and is simple enough for anyone who wants to try it out.

Stacey Henley – 3.5/5 – The player

If you’ve missed playing bowling and tennis in your living room and want to add football and badminton to your repertoire, then Switch Sports is the game for you. If you’re hoping for an upgrade to everything Wii Sports had to offer, you won’t find it here. Switch Sports is the video cartridge made by Gerrard – so close to greatness, yet so far.

Kurt Indovina – 7/10 – GameSpot

Nintendo Switch Sports is a fantastic multiplayer game that, for the most part, invites everyone to pick up a controller and have a go. It has its issues, but they go away when you have other people to play with and happily compete in virtual sports. As with the original Wii Sports, Nintendo Switch Sports finds beauty and fun in simplicity. And the bowling is great. Better than actual bowling.

Chris Scullion – Not Rated – Chronicle of video games

If you weren’t planning on playing Switch Sports online, you might want to give it a three-star rating (or maybe even two if you’re playing solo and don’t like football). It’s a bit absurd that – offline at least – the game offers even less than the original Wii Sports (and Wii Sports Resort, the best of the series, blows it out of the water).

It is clear, however, that online play promises at least some degree of progression and variety. For that reason, we’re keeping the fire going until we can see what depth there is online before delivering our final verdict.

Alex Olney – Unmarked – NintendoLife

If you just want to play motion-controlled Wii Sports-like games on your Switch, then Nintendo Switch Sports can bring you a good time of fun, but if you’re looking for something a little deeper and with a little more variety than the game you first played on Wii, you’ll probably be somewhat disappointed.

One of the main critical notes regarding Nintendo Switch Sports is that it didn’t change much – if anything – about the series outside of the sports involved, and even shrunk some known areas from previous games. Things like character customization and the variety of activities have dwindled considerably, but that hasn’t been enough to have critics write off the game completely. game depends on the quality of its online services. However, the most key element of the game, the sports themselves, are strong. Although some players may miss the Sports Wii missing games in nintendo switch sports, we can still have fun with what the game includes.

Nintendo Switch Sports isn’t a huge shake-up for the show, and while it might not seem like the spectacle and spectacular Sports Wii successor that some fans hoped for, in the areas where he shines, he does it so well. The included activities are great fun, especially when it comes to playing with friends. It remains to be seen what online matchmaking will bring to the table, but there’s great potential here to add a whole new dimension to the game. Nintendo Switch Sports may be straightforward, but that doesn’t diminish its strengths when it comes to multiplayer gameplay.


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Cody Gravelle – 4/5 – Screen Rant

Nintendo Switch Sports thrives in its gameplay, which is captivating despite its simplicity and remains a huge selling point for anyone interested in the title. It’s easy to lose hours of a night to burgeoning competitive rivalries among friends in one specific game, and the motion controls get people active enough that it feels like a productive use of time on top of the entertainment. There’s some valid criticisms to be made over the shallow game roster and even shallower character customization, but at its core, Nintendo Switch Sports is an absolute blast and is simple enough for anyone who wants to give it a try.

Stacey Henley – 3.5/5 – The Gamer

If you’ve been missing playing Bowling and Tennis in your living room, and are keen to add Football and Badminton to your repertoire, then Switch Sports is the game for you. If you’re hoping for a modernisation of everything Wii Sports had to offer, you won’t find it here. Switch Sports is the Gerrard slip made video cartridge – so close to greatness, yet so far.

Kurt Indovina – 7/10 – GameSpot

Nintendo Switch Sports is a fantastic multiplayer game that, for the most part, invites anyone and everyone to pick up a controller and flail their limbs about. It has its issues, but they fall away when you have other people to play with and are joyously going toe-to-toe in virtual sports. As with the original Wii Sports, Nintendo Switch Sports finds beauty and fun in simplicity. And bowling is great. Better than real-life bowling.

Chris Scullion – Unscored – VideoGamesChronicle

If you weren’t planning to play Switch Sports online, you may want to slap a three-star rating on this (or maybe even two if you’re playing alone and football doesn’t appeal). It’s slightly absurd that – offline at least – the game offers even less than the original Wii Sports did (and Wii Sports Resort, the best in the series, blows it out of the water).
It’s clear, however, that the online play at least promises some degree of progression and variety. For that reason, we’re holding fire until we can see how much depth there is online before delivering our final verdict.

Alex Olney – Unscored – NintendoLife

If you’re keen on simply playing some motion-controlled Wii Sports-like games on your Switch then Nintendo Switch Sports might bring you a good bit of enjoyment, but if you’re looking for something a little deeper and with a bit more variety than the game you first played on Wii, you’ll probably be left somewhat disappointed.

One of the main critical notes about Nintendo Switch Sports is that it hasn’t changed much – if anything – about the series besides the sports involved, and has even shrunk some areas known from previous games. Things like character customization and variety of activities have dwindled considerably, but that hasn’t been enough for critics to write off the game completely. The final verdict for many has been put on hold – much of the game’s overall viability is contingent on the quality of its online services. However, the most key element of the game, the sports themselves, are strong. Although some players may miss the Wii Sports games missing in Nintendo Switch Sports, fun can still be had with what the game does include.
Nintendo Switch Sports is not a huge shake-up for the series, and while it perhaps does not seem to be the show-stopping and spectacular Wii Sports successor some fans were hopeful for, in the areas where it shines it does so brightly. The activities included are good fun, particularly when it comes to playing with friends. It remains to be seen what online matchmaking will bring to the table, but there’s great potential there to add a whole new dimension to the game. Nintendo Switch Sports may be simple, but that doesn’t diminish its strengths when it comes to multiplayer gameplay.

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