While cute and fun in small doses, there’s a key element missing to this game to prevent long term investment: mainly, single player incentive.
A party game based on Tetris using one's body, Tetsumo Party is a fun multiplayer but does it have any lastability in a single-player mode?
A spicy dance that helps burn off those calories, Zumba could be your new best friend on the Switch as long as you put in the work and know the game’s limits.
Clearly designed for Disney fans and Tsum Tsum fanatics, this Festival is loads of fun for the target market and less appealing to anyone who despises Disney.
Harvest Moon: Mad Dash harvests an abundance of family-friendly and frenetic puzzling, but its fruits may not as sweet tasting to everyone.
It's Just Dance with Baby Shark. There literally isn't anything else that needs to be said for parents to make this game go platinum.
Race with Ryan is one of the most child and family-friendly kart racers ever devised and even holds enough to maybe nudge Mario into the pit lane.
Three strong games carry two averagely weak games, but that's also coming from someone who's here for laughs, not to build better connections with my friends.
Hexagroove: Tactical DJ is one of the most upbeat and toe-tappingly addictive rhythm games ever made; especially if you’re a fan of the genre and electronic dance music.
A bit quaint and faithful to the original, BurgerTime Party maintains the Pepper legacy but seems to have a very odd aesthetic at the forefront.