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1 / 10.0
Apr 17, 2017

You know the most messed up thing though? I played through this entire game and even got all but one of the in-game achievements because I'm clearly a masochist. It really pains me to say that getting the last achievement would certify me as "skilled Magical Girl" and I don't think I'll ever get it. I just can't bring myself to grind through more of Vroom in the Night Sky just to buy all the shitty mopeds just to get a meaningless reward that probably changes nothing.

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15 / 100
Mar 17, 2017

Vroom is the worst of the first Nintendo switch titles. An unispired racing game (in which we control flying motorcycles) with poor graphics, hideous sound effects and boring gameplay.

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2 / 10
Mar 31, 2017

A few weeks after the console's release, you have to scroll a little way to reach the bottom of the Nintendo eShop's Recent Releases list to find Vroom! in the Night's Sky. Don't bother. It's complete bobbins.

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40 / 100
Apr 25, 2017

While Vroom in the Night Sky isn't a spectacular game, there's no denying that I had some fun with it for the short-lived time I spent with the title. I just wish it could be more over-the-top with its presentation rather than dull and unoriginal for most of the ride.

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2 / 10
May 6, 2017

Vroom in the Night Sky is not a game, but an empty prototype, which was released in the Nintendo eShop by mistake.

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25 / 100
Apr 26, 2017

Poisoft has shown the ability to create fun portable experiences in the past, but all of the trappings that would normally keep players coming back are missing here.

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1 / 10
Apr 28, 2017

Beyond its completely shallow gameplay that offers no added value whatsoever, the game's audiovisual component looks more fitting in a system from twenty years ago, the HD rumble functionality is more of a nuisance than a feature and it really offers no plausible reason whatsoever to buy and play...unless it's to read its translations, so poor that they could be mistaken for comedy writing.

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3 / 10
Mar 10, 2017

Vroom in the night sky offers so little content and such poor communication that it is hard to think of any reasons to recommend this to anyone. Technically the game works – there are no major bugs or glitches, levels and items unlock as you'd expect and pressing accelerate makes your bike go forwards – but that doesn't make it enjoyable.Steer clear of this one and save your hard-earned cash for other titles that deserve your attention.

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1 / 10.0
Apr 28, 2017

A vehicular-based collection game, at least in theory, as no quality assurance of any kind was provided.

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1 / 10.0
Apr 29, 2017

A vehicular-based collection game, at least in theory, as no quality assurance of any kind was provided.

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2 / 10.0
Mar 15, 2017

Vroom in the Night Sky is the epitome of a rushed launch title, a game that offers so little content that after just a few minutes you'll have seen just about everything it has to offer.

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2 / 10
Mar 6, 2017

Of all of the Nindies to land on launch day, Vroom in the Night Sky, is without a doubt the worst.

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1.5 / 5.0
Mar 20, 2017

The most amazing thing about Vroom in the Night Sky is that it was actually greenlit at all. It's ludicrous that someone at Nintendo thought it would be a good title for the launch line up over some more notable games. You have to wonder if they played it at all. Because it's simply not good.

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1 / 10
Nov 2, 2017

With an engine sputter, Vroom in the Night Sky is an unarguable disaster. It wouldn’t be unfair to expect the early releases on the Nintendo eShop to showcase the portable home console’s potential. Dull, shortlived, and with an unjustifiable price point, Poisoft, if anything, painfully demonstrates what not to do.

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1.8 / 10.0
Mar 23, 2017

Vroom in the night sky has some incredibly painful issues that sour the overall experience, but what makes this upsetting is that there is a totally competent game here that just needed a little more added to it.

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