Review: 30-in-1 Game Collection: Volume 2 (Nintendo Switch)
Six exotic islands filled with games and trophies are waiting for adventurers of all skill levels! Explore the islands solo, invite a group of friends over for some local co-op and competitive gameplay, or round up the troops for some wholesome family gaming! Race across island maps in a quest to be crowned Island Ruler!
- Cartoon graphics.
- 1.5GB download size.
- Own in-game trophy list.
- Mini-game collection gameplay.
- 6 themed islands.
- Individual Island stats.
- Each game has 3 stars you can earn and stars unlock new levels and islands.
- Each game has a star meter to show progress.
- Local/friends leaderboards.
- Each game has its own how to play screen which shows controls and the rules.
- Has a lot of spins on popular games like Zuma.
- 1-4 local mp support.
- Some great games.
- Can see the criteria for unlocking islands.
- Tons of replayability.
- A lot of bloatware boring games.
- No online multiplayer.
- Really small text.
- Difficulty spikes on some games.
- Doesn’t feel better than the previous game.
- Forces you to play every game.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Back once again is the 30 in 1 collection. I quite enjoyed a lot of the games in the previous volume so my hopes were high for volume 2. Unfortunately for me, it feels like a step back, some games are clearly back but reskinned, the variety isn’t as fun and it’s just not that much fun overall. It’s a lot of basic games but the bad type of games or not necessarily bad just the less popular game types. Basically, volume 2 doesn’t advance the series and feels more like a step back. I just expected more but didn’t feel it achieved it.