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You know your game must really stink when you do not even put your company name on the front cover. What am I talking about? This is what happened with American Ninja Warrior Challenge on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 (PS4), and Xbox One. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased American Ninja Warrior Challenge on the Nintendo Switch. Whatever we paid was too much money. We should have been paid to play this messed up video game version of a television show.

I cannot wait any longer to get to the biggest problem with American Ninja Warrior Challenge. The controls are hit and miss. Imagine a quick time event video game where you press the button and the game does not register it. That is what happens with American Ninja Warrior Challenge. If that were not bad enough we lose stamina when we do anything. The last piece of this puzzle means failure. What is that piece? The events are timed.

The only way I was able to complete anything in American Ninja Warrior Challenge was to put it on the kids mode easiest setting. Otherwise I was not able to complete anything. We can only fail three times in American Ninja Warrior Challenge too. The control input not being recognized killed my chances over and over again. This made career mode unbearable. Why? We need to complete events to get money to train.

The music in American Ninja Warrior Challenge is good. There is a lack of attire issue and enticement to lust in American Ninja Warrior Challenge. The front cover of the game should denote that for anyone paying attention. We can play male or female characters. There is an okay amount of character customization. Players can only be in the career mode for five seasons before the game retires you.

I wanted to like American Ninja Warrior Challenge so much. To me American Ninja Warrior Challenge feels like a poorly executed cash grab. There is unlockable content if you can earn the in game credit to purchase them. I suffered through American Ninja Warrior Challenge so you do not have to. If you don’t believe me then purchase this game and let the frustration games begin.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 40%
Gameplay: 20%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Gamemill Entertainment
Developer: Gaming Corps
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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