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Review: Rock Of Ages 3: Make & Break – Between A Rock And A Hard Place

Gathers an enormous amount of moss, sadly.

Some games just aren’t a good fit for the Switch. It’s a sad truth, but a truth nonetheless. Rock Of Ages 3: Make & Break falls into that category, we’re sorry to say. The most egregious problem to be found in this Nintendo Switch incarnation is, quite simply, a lack of suitability to the handheld format.

It’s the text. There’s plenty of it here, and it’s all entirely too small. We found it almost unreadable even in docked mode, but undocked? Eyestrain city. Forget it. We checked the menus to see if it could be increased in size, but as far as we could tell, there’s no such option (unless it’s there but written even smaller, invisible to the naked eye).

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Gathers an enormous amount of moss, sadly.

Some games just aren’t a good fit for the Switch. It’s a sad truth, but a truth nonetheless. Rock Of Ages 3: Make & Break falls into that category, we’re sorry to say. The most egregious problem to be found in this Nintendo Switch incarnation is, quite simply, a lack of suitability to the handheld format.

It’s the text. There’s plenty of it here, and it’s all entirely too small. We found it almost unreadable even in docked mode, but undocked? Eyestrain city. Forget it. We checked the menus to see if it could be increased in size, but as far as we could tell, there’s no such option (unless it’s there but written even smaller, invisible to the naked eye).

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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