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Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Spirit Roots on the Nintendo Switch. This game clocks in at 831 megs. If your family chooses to purchase Spirit Roots, make sure your system has enough memory open. I am not aware of a physical copy version of Spirit Roots in the United States at this time. Spirit Roots takes us to a stitched up world.

We must progress through 2D side scrolling levels to get home after the world has been split apart. We must fight off a variety of creatures to get there. As we shoot the characters, and slice them with our sword we collect souls. This felt really weird to me. In fact that aspect of Spirit Roots did not really fit and could be extremely controversial and highly divisive.

The animations in Spirit Roots have this herky jerky motion that remind me of franchises like SteamWorld. The graphics look nice in Spirit Roots. The music in Spirit Roots is pleasant to listen to. We even get some voice acting in Spirit Roots. Levels are short and have an app feel to them. We collect coins, and kill all of the enemies to earn the most stars.

There are five worlds in Spirit Roots with ten levels per world. Ready for some math? The total level count in Spirit Roots is fifty. The levels start pretty easy but get more difficult as time progresses. I found it can be very easy to die in Spirit Roots if you are not aggressive. At times one hit took me out. I retried multiple levels in Spirit Roots just to complete them.

I am not sure why so many characters stand in our way in Spirit Roots. Also why are they attacking us? Just because we are trying to get home does not seem like a good reason to me. I guess we are trespassing. If so there are a lot of odd characters that have very little land and no homes. They are just standing around in our way. They will attack if you let them.


Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo Switch
Publisher: Drageus Games
Developer: Fireart Games
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}
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