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Snooker 19

Ripstone, Lab42
Apr 17, 2019 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Snooker 19 Launch Trailer | PC | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch

Snooker 19 Trailer | PC | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch thumbnail

Snooker 19 Trailer | PC | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch

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Critic Reviews for Snooker 19


Steve C
6 / 10

Snooker 19 is a solid snooker simulation that will definitely appeal to fans of the sport. The relative lack of modes and some major oversights do hold it back, and so it is difficult to recommend unreservedly. It might be Lab42's first attempt with the official license, but right now Snooker 19 feels too much like style over substance. Not so much a 147 as a battling 50 ending in an unfortunate in-off whilst amongst the reds.

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Never going to really appeal to anyone who isn't a fan, Snooker 2019 is a decent representation let down by a lack of polish.

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Snooker 19 appears to provide an authentic experience to those who are learning, but it's quite difficult for newcomers.

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Snooker 19 cues nicely, and all of the licensing will delight fans of the real-world sport. The game does feel a bit barebones in terms of modes, but it's also retailing at a budget price point. All in all, when it comes to niche sports, this is one of the better executed packages on the PS4.

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Snooker 19 isn't perfect, with a major feature lacking and some over-powered A.I., but it's somewhat forgivable thanks to the accurate ball physics and wealth of tournaments, which makes your time at the table sinking balls extremely satisfying.

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Even with a mainstream approach, reached through a huge roster and shiny scenarios, Snooker 19 is designed to really satisfy only a small niche of fans of the discipline.

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Snooker 19 will fit less with beginners, as the game's tutorials are very short and the difficulty level is high. While the game feels rather limited in its career mode and the players' animations are robotic, Snooker 19 is a good contribution to the Switch catalogue.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Sports simulators continue to raise the bar of quality on Nintendo Switch, and Snooker 19 keeps that upward curve moving with an officially licensed recreation of all things baize-based. With an impressive number of facially-scanned pros and real-world snooker halls, and an incredibly precise simulation of striking the ball and setting up future shots, you're treated to one of the best snooker games of the last decade. While still very rough around in the edges in terms of animations, commentary and accessibility, this is a must for snooker devotees who want an officially-licensed sim on Switch.

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