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  • Summary: Risk versus reward guides your journey through the full-length single player campaign and local/online multiplayer. Vigilance is key as environmental tells such as footprints and other disturbances will point out careless cadets. A massive amount of lovingly-made environments, maps, modes,Risk versus reward guides your journey through the full-length single player campaign and local/online multiplayer. Vigilance is key as environmental tells such as footprints and other disturbances will point out careless cadets. A massive amount of lovingly-made environments, maps, modes, and abilities – all obsessively balanced – combine for high replayability and a deep path to mastery. Expand
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  1. 85
    Overall, Invisigun stands tall as one of the most unique multiplayer experiences available on the Nintendo Switch. Featuring a variety of multiplayer and single player modes, there’s plenty of value being offered in this tiny package. For the past two decades, Nintendo has tried to make the case that dual screens – DS, 3DS, Wii U, GCN/GBA connectivity – were necessary to create unique multiplayer experiences. But Invisigun: Reloaded makes a convincing argument that innovative multiplayer experiences can still be created with only a single screen.
  2. Aug 25, 2019
    80
    It genuinely feels like there's something for everyone here, whether you prefer to go it alone with the puzzle rooms in single-player or take on your friends in the superb multiplayer. Heck, even if you're a bit averse to playing online, you can create your own matches with bots to get a little flavour of what the main mode would be like.
  3. Apr 10, 2020
    60
    Invisigun succeeds in providing a good party, as well as single player experience. The gimmick of being invisible is not as important or prevalent as it might seem and given the nature of this, leads to a potential huge skill difference that takes away from a casual game it might otherwise provide. Graphically a little weak, it also does not have the same simple magic a game like Mario Party or Bomberman would have in drawing in casual players. With a group dedicated to learning its intricacies, it could be great fun, but it's a little too... out there for some plain fun.
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  1. Dec 14, 2020
    10
    Up until recently purchasing the switch version of the game, I was playing the iOS version, and even with the limited character selection onUp until recently purchasing the switch version of the game, I was playing the iOS version, and even with the limited character selection on the mobile version, the game was a blast. Purchasing the switch version was definitely worth it, with the original 9 heroes now unlocked, and 7 new journeys to play. Each of the 9 original heroes have their own single player mode-known as journey mode in game-and each one provides 9 stages of challenges to help players learn the characters. The online multiplayer really puts your skills to the test, though lag does occasionally hold back the experience slightly. It's a shame that online lobbies aren't often available, however joining the Invisigun discord helps newer players find people to start matches with. Overall, the game is great, though criminally underrated. Would and have recommended. Expand
  2. May 8, 2020
    0
    Just started playing this game. Only come me £1 something, but I pretty much actively disliked it. I love all sorts of games but this wasJust started playing this game. Only come me £1 something, but I pretty much actively disliked it. I love all sorts of games but this was not good. I felt like how a non-gamer feels when forced to play a game. I must be missing something as the reviews aren't as dreadful as I found it. Expand