Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Shootout
If you're a fan of retro arcade titles, or you just want something quick and fun to play on your Nintendo Switch then I definitely recommend getting Shootout. However, if you're looking for a more in depth experience or something with a strong storyline, then you might want to pass on this one.
It's not a long game, as you would expect from a classic arcade game from the 1980s, and it is minimalist in its design and gameplay mechanics. But if you're into playing games from ages past and experiencing a slice of the arcade life, then you should check this one out.
Shoot Out is a short diversion you can squeeze in between other games. It's one I didn't get a chance to play back in the day, and which is valuable to have on Nintendo Switch as a history lesson on how arcade games used to be way back in 1985. Other than that this one won't hold your interest for long once you've beaten it since you'll have seen everything it has to offer, and it's not exactly an arcade classic. But if you're in the mood for a short arcade experience, then this one will certainly scratch that itch. The game has not aged gracefully, but it's still a valuable part of Data East's history.
Shoot Out has a generic name and what's here is exactly what you'd expect.
Shoot Out is another decent entry in the Johnny Turbo Arcade line, and while it is a much better hi-score chaser than Two Crude, it unfortunately suffers from dated gameplay, iffy visibility and the continued lack of DIP Switch options.