Andrew Rockett

At first glance, Knight Squad looks like any other run-of-the-mill, dime-a-dozen local multiplayer title that has taken over the Switch eShop in the years since its inception. Here, you really can mostly judge the book by its cover, but a few exceptionally creative modes and a few fun weapons sporadically elevate Knight Squad beyond its tedious gameplay. Outside of local multiplayer, Knight Squad has some single-player challenges and allows players to watch bots fight for some reason. Neither of these is interesting, remotely fun, or at all worth your time. If you’re gonna dive into Knight Squad, do it with […]

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