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Astro Bears Party

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

53

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchSep 28, 2017

Publisher: QubicGames S.A.

Genre: Action

Astro Bears Party is an easy to learn, hard to master game about running around a planet and avoiding each other’s Magical Beary Ribbons. Jump and hover over Ribbons using a jetpack. Perform dashes to threaten your opponents. Be the last Bear standing!

Choose one of four Bears with different playstyles and battle between 2-4 players. Take a challenge in single-player mode and beat your own record in Jetfish Hunting!

FEATURES:
Four cute Astro Bears with different playstyles
Local multiplayer for 2-4 players
Jetfish Hunting single-player mode
Beautiful high quality 3D graphics
HD rumble support

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Strong Head
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Fair Head
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Weak Head
5
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Astro Bears Party - Gameplay Video (Nintendo Switch™)

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Astro Bears Party - Trailer (Nintendo Switch™)

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God is a Geek

6 / 10.0
Nick Gillham

Not so hot alone, Astro Bears Party comes alive with friends only to quickly run out of steam.

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COGconnected

68 / 100
COGconnected

Bust this out at a party for 30 minutes of fun, but don't expect your friends to beg for more at the next get together.

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FNintendo

4 / 10
FNintendo

While Astro Bears Party doesn't set a very high threshold for itself, it's only reasonable to expect a bit more. Unfortunately, other than a few fun minutes on multiplayer, there's not much more that Astrobears' lack of content and overall feeling of emptiness can offer.

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Nintendo Life

4 / 10
Nintendo Life

Astro Bears Party plays more like a tech demo that is a few days into development rather than a complete package. The concept is a neat idea, but it seems as if the developer got the absolute basics up and running and then decided to halt work to rollout the title. The amount of content in this game is so underwhelming, as a result, that it's hard to justify putting any real cash towards it. At best this is perhaps suitable for a few short rounds of multiplayer, or for any younger people who are new to video games. Otherwise you should look elsewhere if you are seeking a new party game on the Nintendo Switch.

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