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spend your first handful of hours trekking back and forth over and over again as you desperately try to find that air hockey game you wanted to play the first moment you loaded up go vacation
the activities themselves turn out to be the biggest let-down, however, with each one feeling like an undercooked version of things we’ve seen countless times before
most games can be played with either a single button or very close to it, aiming to prioritise simplicity over depth for accessibility’s sake
while this is a nice idea on paper, it simply results in a set of games that get rather dull all too quickly, lacking the control and excitement you’d expect and hope for
you can choose to play the games with either standard controls (using button presses and sticks) or motion controls for that full wii experience, but we found ourselves sticking with the standard setup for the most part
being on switch, this port ditches the faff of dragging out the wii’s many accessory add-ons like nunchuks and the balance board, and the hd rumble feels great in places, but the motion never feels as precise as what we tend to experience in first-party titles, noticeably causing errors that simply aren’t an issue when playing with buttons
despite criticising it just moments ago, we must say that the exploration of the four areas eventually becomes the game’s saving grace, to an extent
at first, endlessly running back and forth feels like a drag, but once you’ve unlocked all of the games you can start to truly take in the world that go vacation presents – and there’s an awful lot to do
each area has hidden secrets to find, animals to photograph for your collection, people to speak to, and areas to earn extra experience points that can work towards levelling up your character
this, in turn, presents you with cosmetic rewards such as different clothing styles for your mii, or even keys that can be used to unlock furniture for your own little villa that can be accessorised animal crossing-style
each loading screen has the chance of giving you a new hint, too, which can give you a helping hand in locating one of each area’s secrets
once you decide on a location to explore, you can set off on all manner of vehicles like atks, horseback, surfboards, skateboards, and more to get around, doing little tricks for extra points along the way
the world itself feels quite ambitious, and definitely provides much more in the way of extra content than the majority of sport-based minigame titles, but the main activities don’t do enough to support this
it’s quite sad really, as the main selling point of this game is its weakest feature; if the minigames lived up to the standards set by the exploration and customisation options we would have had a great little multiplayer party game on our hands
go vacation presents a world full of games and activities that feel consistently average, with common flaws across the board making each game similarly dull, tiresome, and not worth the asking price
the game’s setting itself provides a welcome break from this, though, with an impressive amount of things to see and do at your own leisure injecting a much-needed dose of fun into the proceedings
strangely, this is a multiplayer sports game that probably suits those looking for decent single-player exploration the most
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ryan’s that annoying kind of guy in multiplayer games – you know the one, the kind of person that throws a temper tantrum if he can’t be yoshi in mario kart or gets stuck with the controller with the dodgy button
not interested but i bet it sells well
how the heck it was 6 / 10 ?
oh, please someone tell me how was the trees textures ?
was it still like folded paper or better rendering ?
yeah, i never saw how this game could generate all the hype that it did
i’ve had so much fun playing it on the wii
everyone sitting around waiting on the big review, the one that says if the biggest indie trilogy to date is worth it after all, 2pm the embargo lifts everyone puts up a review saying it’s amazing and nintendolife
was there online multiplayer?
updated: thank you pbb76 (post #67) for stating that there is no online
seems like a nice game to play with my nephew and his friends
@happyrusevday nlife gave their honest opinion of the game
having played go vacation during the wii days, nothing they’ve criticized above is unfair
enjoyed it on the wii when i was 10 or 11, but i don’t feel the need to revisit it when it’s still very similar
@happyrusevday « the biggest indie trilogy to date » what are you talking about?
i always loved go vacation on the wii so i’ll definitely be picking

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