MX vs ATV All Out
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A good chance to enjoy freestyle but also a technically outdated racing videogame that, on the other hand, reflects hundreds of details of the motorcycles in the real world.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Despite some of the same issues of other versions, MX vs ATV: All Out somehow feels at home on Nintendo Switch.
This is great for new players, a “sandbox” filled with hills and ramps and other obstacles to maneuver.
While MX vs ATV All Out had great potential, it doesn't always manage to hold up, probably because of a troubled developing. There are still some positive features to hold on to, while we're waiting for an eventual future chapter
Review in Italian | Read full review
Apart from chucking together some fierce combos and actually landing a superman-triple-backflip, I really couldn't find much enjoyment in staring at this overly drab flick book of a port. Sure the Switch is underpowered, but this is a real kick in the teeth for fans who would at least want a smooth albeit downgraded "off-road racing and lifestyle experience" on their hybrid console.
MX vs. ATV All Out can be fun but I’m not sure anyone should be racing out to buy it. It doesn’t look great and it misfires at times when it comes to load times, framerate, and AI difficulty. It’s got a lot of content but even there I had issues with there being a ton of DLC that isn’t included. If you’re desperate for an off-road racer on your Switch give it a go but otherwise you may want to keep looking.
I can't recommend MX vs ATV at any cost, instead put that money towards MXGP 3 or save for the upcoming MXGPro.
It's hard to recommend MX vs. ATV All Out. It's not a very polished game, and mechanically it's underwhelming.
Considering previous reviews for other platforms, I was expecting for MX vs. ATV All Out to be way worse than what it ended up being. It’s by no means a great game, as it’s quite boring and performs poorly. However, I still managed to have my fair share of fun with it, mostly by wasting my time looking for collectibles in its interesting open world mode.
MX vs ATV All Out fails to do anything new or interesting that we haven’t seen before. It’s visually unimpressive and auditorily disappointing, seeming like like a lost game from the last generation of systems. The game-hampering bugs are problematic, though admittedly being fixed. Each of the different event types are well-made and offer a lot of variety and satisfaction with the core gameplay is fun to play once you get a handle on the mechanics of the dual-joystick controls. There’s a lot of basic things MX vs ATV All Out should already have figured out – but it doesn’t.