Speed Crew Reviews
Speed Crew is a fun game to play with the family or a group of friends, but I don't recommend playing by yourself. If you're a fan of co-op games like Overcooked or Moving out, Speed Crew will be a game you enjoy. However, if you're looking for something to play alone, I'd skip this one.
Speed Crew is a fun game that you can enjoy with practically anyone. It's fast, dynamic, funny and pretty. It sounds good and the voice acting is very good. There just isn't much content.
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Fun and colorful pit crew party game on Switch
Speed Crew is definitely a solid co-op game to add to your line-up but it definitely doesn't reinvent the wheel; it only repairs it.
If you’re looking to test your friends and family for coordination in the pits repairing cars, this is a winner
Although Speed Crew can initially seem confusing, once you click, you'll be yelling, "Pass the 3/4 torque wrench!" l
A brilliant spin on the chaotic party game genre. Armed with tools and cars you need to race against time in this crazy addictive little gem on Switch.
Speed Crew's developers have already announced they are working on planned updates and DLCs that will include new levels and game modes for players to enjoy. There are some customization options for characters and vehicles in the game as well, which is a fun extra touch. The game was completed in solo mode in about 10 hours and that timeframe could easily shift when played with friends, depending on their ability to cooperate effectively. There were no technical issues observed over the entire course of the game, and its process of slowly ramping up the difficulty felt smooth and natural. Overall, Speed Crew is a very fun game that would be a great addition to any group of friends or family looking for a new party game to enjoy.
Speed Crew is another recommended game to add to the co-op game night. As is often the case with these games, this is not recommended for those venturing alone. With other players, the experience is fun and addictive. A few niggles hold it back from top-tier greatness, with items appearing a bit too small on screen, and it’s sometimes hard to tell what exactly needs fixing on the car due to colours blending together. However, my friends and I could look past these and still thoroughly enjoyed our time with it. Speed Crew makes it through the finish line with some dents but still takes first place as a co-op game.