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Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition

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Based on 6 critic reviews
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70

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchFeb 23, 2018

Developer: Ratalaika Games

Watt and Volt are two twin robots, who have been forgotten by time and abandoned in an old robot factory. Marked as defective by mistake, if they wish to prove themselves as deserving a place in today’s world, they must pass a series of grueling tests. Watt and Volt will have their work cut out for them, but the good news is you might not have to go it alone as although both robots can be controlled at any moment due to swapping between them, co-op is fully supported, so long as you have a friend to control the other robot. The only thing you’ll need to focus on is what your own robot is doing.
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If you played and enjoyed the previous versions, there are enough new additions to warrant a new visit while players meeting Watt and Volt for the first time will find this a rather pleasing package whose only really fault is the fact that is landing on a console with a library filled with several other exceptional platforming games.

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Twin Robots Ultimate Edition brings to the Nintendo Switch a solid and fun 2D platformer with a strategy component to help it stand out among its peers. Thanks to its cooperative mode, its system of achievements and lifespan, this is game worth considering even if it would certainly benefit from some more elements to help it differentiate itself from other 2D platformers on the console.

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Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition is pretty fun while it lasts, and steps have been taken to ensure it lasts longer. It takes a fairly unique premise, and makes it more enjoyable with the option to play in local co-op. If you missed it on Wii U, this Switch version is the one to consider.

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Tracey
8 / 10
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The game is challenging but also fun, and can easily be played at home or on the go. I did, for some reason, enjoy it more when playing in Portable Mode, but your experience could be different.

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