Sunday, 8 July 2018

Hello Kitty Kruisers for Switch (Review)

Both my girls have been huge Nintendo fans for some time now, which is probably why the Nintendo Switch found its way into our house last year.

Sasha's favourite games involve Kirby and Mario but when we heard that Nintendo were releasing Hello Kitty Kruisers for the Switch, we jumped at the chance to give it a go. I mean, who can resist cute little kitties?!

Hello Kitty Kruisers is a racing game like Mario Kart, where up to four players (if you have two sets of joy-cons) can race around courses against other computer players.

First the fun involves choosing which character you'd like to be, followed by your choice of vehicle. More options are unlocked the more you play the game, to keep everyone interested.

You can also pick the course; the 16 options include racing over land, flying through the air or zooming along the water.
There are other Sanrio characters to choose from so it's not just a pink and girly game. Apart from the standard races, there are also adventure missions where cupcakes need to be collected en route or rainbow gates have to be passed through, just to add a bit more of a challenge. Then there's Tournament mode for races against the clock, for those who are feeling competitive (time challenges always stress our autistic girl more though).

As you'd expect, it's a very cute and colourful game, aimed at the younger players, although it can be enjoyed by older ones too. A great introductory game for those not quite yet up to the fast paced Mario Kart challenges, it's currently retailing at £24.99 in the Nintendo e-shop, so a good entry level product for your Switch.

Disclosure: we were sent a code to try out this game in exchange for an honest and fair review.

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