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Publisher: Bitten Toast Games
Rocket Fist for Switch is a great party experience when you want, well, rocket fists! While this version of the game omits some content from other platforms, the simple and accessible controls mixed with some lightning-fast gameplay is a great recommendation for your next four-player game night.
Rocket Fist may be an accessible game but by no means does that make it a walk in the park. Destroying enemy robots using a rocket-propelled sphere whose physics recall that of a billiard ball, Rocket Fist quickly reaches frantic levels of activity, whether on solo or multiplayer. It gets everything right and would get it even more if it lasted longer and had online multiplayer.
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Ultimately, Rocket Fist is another example of a Nintendo game that does it right by focusing on the experience over content. By focusing on mechanics in the same vein as Wii Sports, a group of four friends can easily play for hours without it feeling stale. My suggestion to you: try not to gloat too much during the instant replay after a glorious victory and the Rocket Fist fun will keep flying in this strong local multiplayer experience.
Rocket Fist is really fun to play, but only in the company of drunken friends, but if you play one, then perhaps I would say that it is meaningless, as the layers are traversed quickly, the enemies are not dangerous, exactly the same as the bosses, if you often play the second half or take the Switch to the get-togethers with friends, the Rocket Fist for you will be a great purchase, but if you are alone, then think about buying any other games.
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Rocket Fist - Trailer - May 12 on Steam