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We received a surprise delivery recently of Terraria on the Nintendo Switch. It has been five years since we last played and reviewed Terraria. This home console crafting and building video game has been described as the 2D Minecraft. We dig, fight monsters, and build things. Crafting is a big part of Terraria. It took me a bit to adapt to the controls in Terraria. Thankfully they are customizable if you prefer a different button layout.

Terraria looks good and sounds good on the Nintendo Switch. Terraria does contain blood, gore, violence, and mild suggestive content. The blood, gore, and violence are visual. Other content is found in the dialogue in Terraria. Monsters break into pieces after we destroy them. There are plenty of mythical creatures to destroy in Terraria. This home console and hand held video game earns its thirteen and older only rating. I would love to see a more family friendly mode included for Terraria.

If you have never played Terraria before and own a Nintendo Switch then this game may interest you. The learning curve in Terraria can be a bit steep at first. I forgot how to do so much in Terraria. I sought assistance and was able to get things moving in this sandbox video game. I wish Terraria let us pause though. Monsters will still come after you while you are in the menu screens. Which still feels odd to me.

There are over 3,500 items to find and craft in Terraria. There are also over 300 enemies, and twenty bosses and events to battle in this video game. Older members of the family who have been waiting on Terraria can get a lot of content on the Nintendo Switch. Plus Terraria comes in the much respected physical copy format. I am very thankful we were sent the retail version of Terraria on the Nintendo Switch.

I enjoy games like Terraria. I appreciate Terraria coming to the Nintendo Switch. I love how Terraria encourages us to build things. The more I played Terraria the more I could see why so many people love this franchise. I also know people with addiction problems should steer clear of Terraria. Why is that? This is one of those games that is very addicting. Just do one more thing. Go on one more quest. That kind of thing.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo Switch
Publisher: 505 Games
Developer; Re-logic
{Alcohol Reference, Blood and Gore, Cartoon Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes}
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