Rocket League Reviews
"Doesn't benefit from Switch's online infrastructure."
Review in Finnish | Read full review
For the price, Rocket League is a no-brainer. Some of the best fun of the year comes in the form of a radio-controlled car soccer mash-up, springing to life in local multiplayer, but with online options crammed in for good measure. It earns its place as a great little Easter egg arcade title for the PlayStation 4, and should go on to see many years of action.
Rocket League on the Switch is like winning an all expenses paid vacation to Florida. Yes, it's Florida, but you still won a free vacation.
When the servers are active and you can get into a multiplayer match, then Rocket League is brilliant. This is a game where you can chase a ball while driving on the ceiling, as fans cheer from their seats in sleek futuristic stadiums. This is a game where a goal is accompanied by an explosion and an aftershock that sends every car hurtling backward. It's fast, explosive and completely ridiculous, and it's horribly frustrating when whole days go by without it working.
An enjoyable, compulsively playable mix of driving and football.
Rocket League represents a simple idea well executed, forgoing variables like powerups and dramatically different vehicles or maps in favour of balance and tight mechanics.
Rocket League is a perfect addition to the sports and racing genre. Amusing gameplay with a variety of modes is complemented by a sophisticated tutorial, ideally suited to newcomers, along with the tremendous possibilities to customize your car.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
When all is said and done, Rocket League on Switch is a great version of the game. It manages to deliver the same addictive experience as its more powerful siblings whether playing docked or handheld and, even though graphically it may not be as strong, this is an easy recommendation for any Switch owner.
Rocket League brings car soccer into the current generation of gaming and the latest release from Psyonix is easily one of the most fun games we've played all year.
Rocket League is one of the Best Multiplayer experience you can found and Psyonix Prove that the idea of Playing Soccer with Cars is absolutely amazing.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Rocket League is showing no signs of slowing down, and why should it?
Rocket League made a lot of waves when it was first released on the PS4. Considering this Xbox One version has some add-ons packed in, it is, at the very least just as good if not just a touch better.
Everyone should try this game, even if you hate cars or football.
Despite a few camera issues and lack of modes, Rocket League is a fun, addicting experience that will keep players engaged for a long time.
Still, Rocket League is one of those games that almost anyone can pick up and enjoy, yet still find themselves getting better at after dozens of hours of play. It's a throwback to the good old days of gaming, when fun mattered more than anything.
With a core concept that is perpetually fun, addictive multiplayer and simplistic but frenetic gameplay, Rocket League is an absolute blast in short bursts.
An enormously enjoyable bit of fun for the summer months. A multiplayer cult classic in waiting.
Rocket League on Switch is everything that Rocket League has to offer, with added portability. Some new battle cars help differentiate this port from other versions of the game, but, honestly, Rocket League on Switch would still be fantastic without them.
Psyonix brings to Nintendo Switch all the flawless plesure of Rocket League in 60 fps, despite a visual downgrade and the absence of analogic triggers. If you want to play for fun only (with no "pro" velleity), this is the version you should consider to buy.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Rocket League is one of the most addictive multiplayer game you will ever play, with deep mechanics and a great community. The Switch version works really well.
Review in Swedish | Read full review