Easy Come Easy Golf (Switch eShop) Review

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Portable / Offline)

Clap Hanz is a studio closely associated with PlayStation that produces some very popular titles. Golf for all / Hot shots of golf Across several generations (over 20 years). He recently eased his swing and took another route, though, leaving Applaud Hanz Golf on Apple Arcade. This is the title now on Switch as Easy Come Easy Golf; Yes, the brand identity with this developer can be a bit confusing.

For those who have never been into PlayStation games, it’s a good opportunity to experience a mixture of easy picture study, cartoons, and definitely addictive golf. It’s definitely a polished trick, and thanks to these smart hardware assets, it supports multiple ways to play: you can choose the scrolling controls on the touchscreen in manual mode, while on the console you can use controller transitions or more classic three-button presses. . All are functional, to be sure, but this reviewer is a baby boomer who insists golf be played with a three-button scale, and it works well here.

The peculiarity of this game is that you form a team of golfers, consisting of particularly wacky characters, and each of them plays a hole in a 9-hole course. You start with a small group and temporary “mini” players, so the main goal is to go into “round” mode to improve your ranking, unlock more characters and develop your team. It’s a (sort of) solid campaign, as you progress to unlock more courses and characters, the more you upgrade the ones you have, the more progressive it becomes; You will have to be content with yourself for a long time. It has a bit of a mobile feel (like the challenges that are repeated every day) but it’s not compromised by the micro-transaction design, thankfully, and the difficulty is smooth from the start as you learn the game.

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Portable / Offline)

The equipment you unlock and upgrade can also be transferred to other areas, such as the World Championship and Online Matches. The World Championship offers time-limited challenges to complete as you try to reach the top of the online leaderboard. Matches can be played online against random players, or you can set up/join password-protected rooms, which is great for competing against friends.

We were able to get into a nice, quick random match where one player was a veteran with a great golfer, but another player was on the start. Character levels make a huge difference in performance, so there may be some differences, but it’s very relaxed and comfortable in some holes. You can share the gestures of support that helped make it an enjoyable experience; If you want to take the game truly Online, you should face the tournament instead.

Fortunately, the game is also loaded with other modes. “Bring a Club” / “Pass a Club” are two local multiplayer shows that allow you to share a system and console or play against another person in the room with your own version. You can also choose between all of the characters and courses in these modes, which is a good idea considering how long it takes to unlock everything naturally during the round. Moreover, there are challenge modes called “Survival” and “Score Attack”; These are cute folds that are great for a little play. Add to this unlockable items, fun variants of course conditions, and customization options for plenty Characters, a lot of good content.

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Captured on Nintendo Switch (Portable / Offline)

The gameplay is also good, and most importantly. The courses take a fairly realistic approach, so don’t expect the kind of quirks you’ll encounter Mario Golf: Super Rush, but increasingly interesting and challenging. There are a lot of them, and as you learn the mechanics and master new techniques, you will find classes that will really put you to the test. Sometimes it can be part of ball physics little bit Quirky, but once you get into the game, it feels like good golf. There’s a good balance in the game as well: it can be casual gameplay for occasional short bursts, or you can get stuck and explore different techniques in tower mode.

Performance is perhaps the only area that has some negatives. It’s competent, but the game engine is clearly geared toward capable Apple devices because they struggle a bit on the Switch, even doing some switching time. small size a little slow. We get used to it eventually, but you look at the 30fps experience with occasional dips. If you try to skip a lot of animations or speed up the game, you may also crash and crash the game at once. To be clear, the Easy Come Easy Golf performs well overall, and is good visually, but it’s a little less than an ideal level of improvement. It ends up being pretty much the soundtrack, really, with upbeat, non-fiction music advancing so quickly. However, this game perfect For convenient mobile gaming with TV or background music.

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