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While Sombrero offers some fun and frantic local multiplayer action, it doesn’t do enough to stand out among other offerings, and its action doesn’t really evolve or engage the player. This is definitely one to pick up on sale
For fans of getting together and playing with friends in the same room, Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem scratches an itch, but never really makes the itch go away. Even if none of the minor issues were present, there's still not enough content to justify sinking a lot of time into this. With more to do, this could be a must have, but right now, it's just not there.
Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem is a nice party game to spend your Saturday nights with your friends, but only if you own an Xbox One controller, given that any other USB controller won't work with the game. Things are even worse when it comes to online multiplayer, which is ruined by empty servers and nobody to play with. The lack of a single-player mode does not allow users to enjoy a great and fun gameplay by themselves.
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Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem could have been a solid party game, but a number of questionable design choices really hinder it in the long run. The lack of bots, limited amount of modes, and unorthodox control scheme rob it of any potential it may have had.