Disc Jam features simplistic, yet addictive and competitive gameplay.
Fast,dynamic and extremely competitive, Disc Jan is absolutely entertaining, considering the few structural problems.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Disc Jam is a fun co-op experience if you play it on the Nintendo Switch but it doesn't hide the fact that the game lacks content for its offline single player mode.
"Disc Jam" has the right formula to become the next big breakout indie game and possibly even succeed as an eSport. The matchmaking will need to improve and new content delivered regularly to prevent it from becoming just a passing fad, but with a high fun factor and strategic nature, despite simplicity and accessibility, "Disc Jam" delivers.
The entirety of Disc Jam depends on if you're into playing Disc Jam competitively online. If you're not into that, then this game is probably not for you.
Disc Jam is a nice base for something big in the future. It has a simple-to-grasp control scheme, fun and accessible gameplay, and even takes more strategy to succeed either solo or on a team than one would expect from a game like this. Sadly, it often feels too bare to spend as much time in it as other options out there.
Disc Jam is an entertaining sport game which is enjoyable playing online or with friends in Split Screen mode but the lack of content and not having the ability to play with AI, prevent the game to be a great one. Also, the graphics of the game are not great. With that said, if the developer support the game and release new content for it, this 15 dollar game can become a successful and entertaining experience.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Despite its paucity of modes, Disc Jam is still incredibly addictive and fun to play.
Perhaps, as was the case for Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Disc Jam is just a few years and a few tweaks away from something special.
Disc Jam offers the ideal balance of simplicity and depth you’d want from an arcade-like sports experience. The action is fast and matches often tense but sadly the overall package is let down by some rougher edges and gross microtransactions. Windjammers might still reign as king of the fake Frisbee-style sports genre but Disc Jam is a decent enough imitation for the Nintendo Switch.