Andrew Rockett

It’s easy to lose your head sifting through the vast, vast archive of local multiplayer games on the Switch eShop. Headsnatchers, a captivating, decapitating party game, tries to set itself apart from the rest. It does this with a colorful, slapstick experience based on knocking your opponents’ heads off and dunking them through basketball hoops, striking them into bowling pins, sacrificing them to a giant Kraken, and much, much more. Headsnatchers ultimately impresses with its vibrant levels, wonderful variety, and simple, easy-to-learn gameplay. While it does suffer from cataclysmically dull single-player, occasionally choppy controls, and some hamfisted objectives, you’d be […]

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