Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch)
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- Version includes new stages based on the various Kingdoms in the Super Mario Odyssey game
- Play with a friend by sharing a pair of Joy-Con controllers (sold separately)
- While one player controls Captain Toad, the other can assist with things like turnip cover fire
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Of the 1589 reviewers who responded, 1551 would recommend this product.
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- Great puzzles- December 24, 2018
I'm a fan of the Toad character so I had to get this game but the game holds up on its own. I like the puzzle-like nature of the levels and having to constantly spin the camera view around to figure out what to do. Levels have varied degrees of difficulty, especially if you're going for 100% completion, which gives everything much replay value. Recently played this with my five-year-old nephew. After watching me for a few minutes, he was excited to take control himself and he did pretty well with minimal direction from me. He also enjoyed watching me when he was afraid of messing up. Basically, this is great for kids and adults of all ages!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Almost definitive version of an excellent game- June 7, 2019
Gorgeous, clever, and charming puzzle game. The switch version comes close to being the perfect version, containing the best visuals and most amount of content. The only minor issue I have with this version is that the game was really designed around having dual screens (WII-U, and then 3DS). Because of this, the game is filled with lots of onscreen tutorials and prompts that, in the other versions, were reserved for the secondary screen. This is a minor complaint but it kind of ruins the clean presentation you get on the primary screens of the other versions. If these prompts don't bother you then this IS the definitive version of captain toad.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Cute puzzle/platformer- July 23, 2018
I already played a beat this game on Wii U almost 4 years ago, with that being said I love this game so of course I had to double dip when I heard it would be re-released on Switch. This game is all about puzzle solving and finding treasure and coins, Captain toad can't run (fast) or jump high like Mario so you have to figure out other ways of defeating or getting by enemies in order to beat levels. The Switch version includes Mario odyssey themed levels, and also co-op game play which I have yet to play so I can't comment on that. All in all I think it's a cute looking game that makes you think, and it's priced just right for the content available.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great port- July 21, 2018
The graphics match and exceed in resolution the original Wii U release. Along with this you can play very similarly to the original in portable mode, and though it takes some adjusting the TV mode with pointer controls is well implemented. Definitely recommend especially for those that haven’t played it. The new Odyssey levels are all great, the adjusted ending however feels truncated, and I do prefer the end video from the original. As far as gameplay however which is the main point of this game, this is the best version, having adjusted for the pointer controls that is my favorite way to enjoy this game.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- An Absolute Blast! Another successful Wii U port- July 27, 2018
So having not played this game in it's original Wii U form I came in totally blind. I half expected this to be a game for my young son, but after trying it myself I was quick to realize that there was fun to be had! It's got plenty of familiar faces from the Mario universe and some new introductions as well. I just have one minor issue with the game and that is that it's built to play in handheld. Having to point and click when in tv mode is a little bit of pain when you're already trying to navigate Toad through the puzzle. However, in handheld mode its just a touch of the screen. Much easier.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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