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Nintendo Life (Aug 23, 2017)
Thanks to the design of the Nintendo Switch, Rocket Fist is best enjoyed with family and friends as a multiplayer title. It channels the spirit of classic top-down arena titles like Bomberman and manages to put its own twist on the genre. As well designed as the single player mode is, the multiplayer is the defining aspect of the title. This mode adds prolonged life to the game, providing potentially hours of entertainment for up to four players. While the Switch version lacks certain features as included in other iterations of the game - such as online play and a level editor, both offered in the Steam release - it still feels like the superior version thanks to that local multiplayer madness.
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Switch Player (Aug 09, 2017)
Rocket Fist is the type of game that almost everyone can jump into and have a good time. As with many games of this nature however, recommending the title to players who primarily play alone is tough. The adventure mode is enjoyable - but it's also short, and perhaps not worth the asking price alone. That said, multiplayer is where it's at. All you'll have to do is hand a friend a Joy-Con, and soon you'll be beating each other senseless with rocket-propelled robot fists - laughing like crazy.
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Way Too Many Games (Aug 10, 2017)
Rocket Fist might not offer that much content for solo players, but its multiplayer more than makes up for this fact. Its gameplay is simple but chaotic, and you only need one joycon per player. Rocket Fist definitely brings back great memories from the days when local multiplayer reigned supreme. A great addition for your rooftop parties!


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