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Gaming Boulevard (Aug 06, 2019)
Morphies Law Remorphed is a bit of a weird game. The feeling of almost playing a Splatoon type game in a Mexican mariachi setting, it was so much fun and despite a rocky start, I am giving it a two thumbs up review. The game is fun to play and fair for all.
Pure Nintendo (Aug 26, 2019)
Morphies Law: Remorphed is a very good game. True, the hyper-focused nature leads to a lack of diversity, which means earning cosmetics might be less of a replay incentive than hoped. But it is still a joy to look at, and the fixed netcode issues of the original game fully round out the experience in the process. A bit of fine-tuning with progression would be beneficial, but if you’re looking for another shooter on Switch, this should definitely be considered!
Switch Player (Aug 26, 2019)
Morphies Law: Remorphed is an entertaining online multiplayer shooter. There might be others out there which offer better shooting experiences, but this is distinctive enough to make it a worthwhile use of your time.
Way Too Many Games (Aug 15, 2019)
Morphies Law: Remorphed is basically how the original Morphies Law should have been released last year. It feels a lot more polished, its multiplayer glitches aren’t as prevalent as before, and above anything else, it has enough content for you not to question if you ended up getting your money’s worth or not. In a console devoid of multiplayer shooters, Morphies Law: Remorphed is easily one of the best picks you can choose. Being able to play it with your PC friends makes things ever better.
Gert Lush Gaming (Aug 12, 2019)
Morphies Law: Remorphed on a basic level is a nice 3rd person shooter, it then adds in the ever crazy gimmick of increasing and decreasing players body parts, the results are hilarious and unique and does make the game stand out. Attach that to some very well thought out game modes and you have yourself a good time. You can pick up a controller and get going relatively quickly with minimum fuss and know-how. I like it as a game I dip into every now and then, having a gun that lets you spray the floor to boost allies but damage opponents mean I can also sneak in a little Splatoon love aswel. It’s rough in places however with a few janky clipping issues, slow respawn and game creation and a small online community. It is worth noting with the Switch version however that they did put a lot of “Switch only” features like motion control, Touchscreen and the dab handy separate controller options for docked and handheld, Fantastic version of the game.