Nintendo Change is getting some skateboarding love because of OlliOlli
Our choices for skateboarding video games on Nintendo Change shall be rather less restricted as of next month. Roll7’s side-scrolling OlliOlli collection is heading to the system as OlliOlli: Change Stance, a bundle of each video games. This new Change model releases digitally on February 14 for an inexpensive $14.99.
When you’ve by no means tried OlliOlli or OlliOlli 2, the controls are streamlined in a manner that is approachable for learners whereas nonetheless offering a rewarding problem if you’re striving to fulfill sure targets in each stage. With observe, you will get to the purpose the place you possibly can string all your methods collectively in a single huge satisfying line. Abruptly, none of your excessive scores are ok. Simply “yet another run.”
This will not be the coveted Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater Change port of our goals (skating video games, usually, have had such ridiculous highs and lows through the years), but it surely’s going to attract out smiles. OlliOlli is a swell little collection that you may decide up and play with out a lot fuss. Having it readily accessible on Change is a no brainer, and possibly this might help set Roll7 up for one more sequel.
Within the meantime, I am going to proceed making my manner via Spyro: 12 months of the Dragon. Previous to enjoying Spyro Reignited Trilogy, I had no thought there was a skateboarding recreation lurking in right here. The trick system and physics will be weirdly fussy, but it surely’s an okay distraction from the treasure-collecting platforming. If that feels like Stockholm syndrome taking impact, you could be proper. These are determined instances.
All I am saying is we want extra good-ass skateboarding video games. Add OlliOlli to your checklist if it is new to you otherwise you’re all the way down to double dip on Change. In any other case, there’s Skater XL, Session, and Skatebird.
OlliOlli: Change Stance [Nintendo via GoNintendo]