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Submitted by Colts_15 539d ago | review

Mighty Switch Force! 2 (3DS eShop) Review – Flames are Your Focus Now | C.O.G.

Patricia Wagon trades in her police badge for a fire hose, and KneehighPark walks away with somewhat mixed feelings.

"Let’s get one thing out of the way. I’m in love with Mighty Switch Force!. WayForward’s first downloadable title for the eShop was both challenging and stylish, and its emphasis on speedrunning and tight controls made it stand out on Nintendo’s newest handheld, which was severely lacking downloadable titles at the time. It’s something I came to expect from the development team; while their earlier games in the series didn’t receive nearly as much attention (DSiWare wasn’t exactly that popular of a storefront), both Mighty Flip Champs! and Mighty Milky Way held their own with their unique brand of puzzle platforming, backed up by stellar level design." (3DS, Nintendo DS) 75/100

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