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Critic Reviews for Vitamin Connection
Vitamin Connection is another great addition to Switch catalogue, a very joyful oriented to cooperation that is a wonderful Joy-Con's tech showcase. And it does it with a great audiovisual presentation and style. But bear in mind that it can result a little bit short, with lots of backtracking and some difficulty peaks.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Vitamin Connection is a title that gives away some of its plot elements. This fun multiplayer-focused experience benefits from a good, bright, colourful visual presentation and a very involving two-player gameplay component that takes full advantage of the Nintendo Switch capabilities. It works less well on solo and the game's soundtrack and regular backtracking end up becoming a bit too burdensome but for two players looking for some clean, wholesome (and healthy) fun, Vitamin Connection is definitely worth considering.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Vitamin Connection is a kaleidoscopic mishmash of influences and genres – part cutesy shooter, part mini-game collection. Not all of its ideas stick, and there are a couple of points of friction caused by its tilt controls, but when it's on song, this is a charming sugar rush of an experience – especially if you're after a new couch-co-op game.
Vitamin Connection is pretty much a unique concept, so if you're looking for a game that's hard to compare to others, this one should be near the top of your wishlist. Just keep in mind that, much like actual vitamins, this game is best in small doses. Also, if you're a solo player, be mindful that backtracking and encountering difficulty spikes through maze-like bodies is best when tackled as a pair.
In the end, Vitamin Connection is a fun and endearing addition to the Switch library of exclusives. The level of difficulty is there, but nothing feels impossible unless you're playing solo so beating each stage feels like an accomplishment. The long stages mean that stretches of gameplay can feel lengthy, but the overall duration feels just right, while the New Game+ mode and the ability to improve on each minigame gives the game some legs once you beat the campaign. If you want something that feels fresh in the co-op space, grab Vitamin Connection.