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  • Summary: 'Aaero: Complete Edition' is the definitive Aaero experience.

    The bundle includes the '1000DaysWasted - Drum & Bass Pack' and the 'Monstercat Pack' alongside the main game as well as the 'Comet', 'Sol' and 'Phaser' ship skins.
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. 95
    Aaero was my favorite game of last year, and with the move to Switch it’s now one of my favorite titles of 2018. It’s one of those games that will have a permanent spot on my console. The way that Mad Fellows has reinvigorated the rhythm action genre is nothing short of brilliant. If you have any interest in the genre, EDM, or just great games, then this is something that you really should add to your collection.
  2. Dec 27, 2018
    Aaero: Complete Edition is a must-have for fans of the rhythm genre or fans of great games, actually. Sure, the aggressive soundtrack (Monstercat fans take note) may not be to everyone’s taste, but this trippy and downright visually stunning experience that comes packed with all of the previously released DLC is a perfect fit for Switch.
  3. Jan 8, 2019
    Aaero is a small and simple game but it sure packs a punch. With stunning visuals, responsive buttons, and remarkable EDM tunes, Aaero truly delivers a fantastic experience that incorporates music with rail-shooting action.
  4. Dec 18, 2018
    It takes a little while for Aaero’s mechanics and its combo system to click, but once they do there are fewer better rhythm games out there. Its fantastic soundtrack exudes cool from every pore, and the way it integrates with gameplay (while running beautifully smoothly while docked) makes it one of the most immersive experiences you’ll find on the Switch.
  5. 80
    Aaero is a beautiful game that runs great both docked and handheld. Performance always felt ultra smooth, which is a must for this type of game. The stylized low-poly environments are diverse without ever being too distracting. Only in one song did I have trouble separating obstacles from the background, and after a couple attempts things clicked. As I’ve said you’re mileage with the music will vary but it fits the visual design very well, and the whole thing feels very polished. Whether you never left the rhythm genre or are looking for a way back in, Aaero is a thrilling title that’s likely even better if you enjoy the music.
  6. Dec 25, 2018
    While it may not be extensive and bring hours upon hours of enjoyment, Aaero does highlight the best of the EDM genre during the height of its popularity.
  7. 60
    As you progress through the levels, however, the game throws more and more obstacles your way – particularly barriers, which are difficult to telegraph and avoid, adding an unnecessary difficulty. Rather than keep the rhythm going, it frequently halts it, hindering the experience. Combined with Switch controls that make it hard to line up your ship properly, Aaero fails to impress.
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  1. Oct 29, 2021
    Aaero is in my opinion a really good mix of Beat Saber and StarFox. The soundtrack is quite good if you’re a fan of electronic music, and theAaero is in my opinion a really good mix of Beat Saber and StarFox. The soundtrack is quite good if you’re a fan of electronic music, and the level design is repetitive yet good looking. I wish there were more mechanics around following the line, like pressing a button every beat sometimes or mashing it when it tells you so. A level editor could also be cool, even if it would be hard to make on console. 7.5/10! Expand