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Arcade sports games … The lack of arcade football games makes Legendary Eleven an interesting option, although it’s a little bit flawed.

For now, I’d say wait and see if any of these changes get implemented, but it definitely has potential. I like the aesthetics of this, and it’s been a while since I played an arcade football game.Meanwhile, I’ll dig up Super Soccer and International Superstar Soccer for the SNES.Bought it at launch and there is a fun game in there but the bugs are unacceptableParticularly the slide tackle bug which suddenly render you unable to defend any more. Legendary Eleven is an epic arcade football (soccer) game inspired by the golden age of football spanning the 70's to the 90's. It’s passable at best, but is off enough to not be worthwhile if you’re seeking out some good old-fashioned arcadey soccer on your Switch. Perhaps the devs should be as transparent in the Nintendo store.Anybody disappointed by this are in luck. The style falls into this category; as the game focuses on the heady days of the '80s, there are gangly players in impossible tight-fitting retro kits and heads topped off with perms; it all taps into the nostalgia for that time. It really is a game of two halves. Formats: Nintendo Switch (Review) TV I'm close to winning the world cup, having won all the other ones. The Last of Us Part II I let them know I was not happy at receiving a broken game and that it should never have been released in this state. Release date: June 2018.

PS Vita I tried my luck this morning, and was actually able to make it through six straight games without a bug! Movies Teenage Bounty Hunters: Season 1 Mixed or average reviews Switch Legendary Eleven Switch Review by SwitchWatch. RSS Feeds 8 The only hope for Legendary Eleven is that developer Eclipse Games is going to update it over time, but as long as the base feels this raw and frustrating, I can’t recommend it. Thank goodness for those tips, otherwise basic skills like a one-two pass are anyone’s guess.

Also, I read a reviewBought on a whim because of lack soccer games on Switch. Publisher- Eclipse Games.

TV 3DS 4. The same goes for penalties, but let go of the button too early and the ball will scuff the crossbar or swing off-target wildly.Once the controls are nailed down – and they really Special stickers will give more accuracy on free kicks or allow for a more relaxed half-time, while defence stickers boost differing stats on your defensive line. With so few football games on Switch, Legendary Eleven might be tempting, but be prepared for a scruffy 0-0 draw rather than a 5-4 thriller. Legendary Eleven just kind of feels and looks like a fuzzy drawing of EA’s FIFA games. Not only is this a nice addition to the gameplay, it adds to that nostalgic feel of genuine World Cup sticker albums, reminiscent of days of ‘need it, got it’ in the school playground.With so few football games on Switch, Legendary Eleven might be tempting, but be prepared for a scruffy 0-0 draw rather than a 5-4 thriller. But Legendary Eleven isn’t trying to be either of those two giants. finally starting to feel a little better about my day one purchase!Update: "A game made by Nintendo fans, for Nintendo fans"Faeria - A Superb Mix Of Board Game And Card-Battling ActionIs It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?

Turned out to be a solid arcade soccer game with multiplayer. review by Daniel Lipscombe Mon …

There’s also a long pass, which doubles up for shooting, which isn’t ideal – hold it down to wazz it at speed – a short pass and a through pass. It's a shame as there is some promise there but first impressions count and I'm not sure I will even bother with it anymore.Buggy software should be returnable for a full refund - perhaps then devs wouldn’t release unfinished games.Hopefully they fix the bugs.