Oct 10, 2018An odd combination of automatons and a reflexive sport turns out to make for a pretty fun and addictive experience, overall. Disco Dodgeball Remix on Nintendo Switch doesn't quite have the player count necessary for a truly chaotic time online, but more than makes up for it with competent AI foes, a boundless list of modes and parameters to choose from, and sufficient offline options to enjoy.
May 23, 2018Multiplayer is where the mileage of this game is, and if you can get into this with friends, it can be glorious. Otherwise, it’s a really funny concept that might only hang around for a night or two of laughs. That’s totally fine, especially because the name Disco Dodgeball Remix is still humorous by its very existence.
Jul 9, 2018Disco Dodgeball Remix is a fun pick up and play game that does interesting things with a simple core idea, for those looking for some simple fun there's enough on offer here. However an uninteresting progression system means that you're either in this for the love of dodgeball or there wont be much to hold your interest.
Nov 20, 2018Disco Dodgeball Remix has its fun qualities, as well as its own distinct visual environment and soundtrack. It also lacks the elements to stand out as a more remarkable game, relying too much on the strength of its multiplayer component, which although fun, will prove difficult to gather opponents online, not to mention that its control system could use some more tuning.
May 21, 2018The bright, flashing lights - and admittedly catchy thumping club music - coupled with an eye-watering amount of modes and game/bot customisation isn’t quite enough to dress up what essentially feels like a promising idea that’s vastly undercooked. A little more time in the oven - and with a more appetising and interesting main course - and Disco Dodgeball could have been a much stronger option on the small, but rapidly growing menu of online-focused games for Switch.
Nov 27, 2018Running at a beautiful 60 fps, and what seems to be native res, disco dodgeball for the switch, is a near perfect port, to one of the mostRunning at a beautiful 60 fps, and what seems to be native res, disco dodgeball for the switch, is a near perfect port, to one of the most refreshing fps genre styles games to come out In a long time. An absolute must-have.… Expand
May 28, 2018This game is really fun. It’s wacky physics make this a really good dodgeball game. It’s other game modes are really good also. My favorite isThis game is really fun. It’s wacky physics make this a really good dodgeball game. It’s other game modes are really good also. My favorite is “Capture The Cube” which gets really intense, especially if it’s close. I might edit my score later on because no I just got this game yesterday.… Expand
May 29, 2018Disco Dodgeball Remix
Fun for a little while
Disco Dodgeball remix is a dodgeball game sataring a bunch of robots at a disco, there is aDisco Dodgeball Remix
Fun for a little while
Disco Dodgeball remix is a dodgeball game sataring a bunch of robots at a disco,
there is a single player mode where you can play arcade trying to take down wave after wave of enemies, and different challenges, but I found none of this to be really any fun…
What I did have fun though is the competivie multiplayer..
infact I loved it..
in multiplayer youre constanyl thrown into new arenas with new objectives, keeping the gameplay fresh
Theres death match where youre just going for kos, a score battle about trick shot points, elimantion where there are no respawns , a basketball h like hoops mode, superball where you have to hold the golden ball as a counter goes up, sourtve like king of the hill from the tony hawk games, kingpin where one player has a target on their head and other players are trying to take their place to be able to score for their team, capture the cube where youre trying to grab a cube and score without getting hit, and then there are tons of expert modes and challenges that borrow aspects from these modes and puts a twist on them..
These colorful arenas are full of dodgeballs, and youre just running around and destroying fools, picking up boosts to give you perks like homing balls, or my favortine the boomerang ball, though these perks only last until youre killed,
and at the end of a match youre rewarded with xzp and parts, parts that can be crafted into cosmetic items, but these items are also earned by leveling up, and if youre not happy with what you get you can dismantle it for crafting parts…
I had a blast playing this game on multiplayer, its trhilling addictive and fun,
there are trick shots, there is catching, tons of team strategy involved..
but because all of the fun is in the multiplayer I also have my concerns..
the games magic is in its multiplayer.. and as an indie game, this game might not have the longest life…
if you want the most out of this game you have to hop in now..
sure you can play competive against a bunch of bots..
but its just not the same..
the lack of human error and human epicness takes the life away, it’s a noticeably duller experience not playing with real people…
I can definitely recommend this game right now as a fresh and fun competitive game..
If youre watching this review a year or even 2 to 6 months after release, I would search message boards before hopping in..
its just the reality of an indie game like this
This game deserves to constanly have players flooding its servers, but without the help of something like playstation plus or games with gold its going to be tough.
I give Disco Dogeball Remix
a 6.5/10… Expand