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Zarvot

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

44%

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchOct 18, 2018

Publisher: snowhydra games

Zarvot is a charming arcade shooter about cubes. Play with friends in up to four player Versus mode and shoot lasers at each other on over a dozen destructible maps! Follow the adventures of two cubes in Story Mode, as they make the ultimate birthday present to cheer up their best friend.

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Zarvot is a unique experience that's right at home on the Nintendo Switch. It's commitment to manic, arcade shooting is one of its biggest strengths, but this unfortunately highlights the game's weaker elements, namely the platforming. The narrative is ultimately the stand out feature here, as the nuanced character writing highlights the surprisingly profound overarching narrative in a way that keeps players engaged.

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Fun but modest arcade shooter that is one of the hidden surprises on the eShop.

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Zarvot offers the kind of tight arcade-shooter action that lends itself well to epic local competitive scraps; what we have here is a charming, eclectic package that goes all-out to appeal to both solo and social players. It's perhaps a little too scattershot in its mixture of styles and tones, and not all of its ideas hit the target, but there's a whole lot of heart and humour to Snowhydra's little box of tricks, and that goes a long way.

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PS4Blog.net

Tracey
9 / 10
PS4Blog.net

Zarvot is a fun, colorful and charming game that I loved to review on the Nintendo Switch. This is an indie release you don't want to miss and that feels right at home on Nintendo's hybrid console. Let us know how much you liked the game in the comments below!

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