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Putting all the makeup in the world on a pig does not change its animal status. That is how I feel about Little Town Hero on the Nintendo Switch. Family Friendly Gaming purchased the Big Idea Edition with all kinds of extras. This game comes from Game Freaks. The same company that makes the Pokemon video games. Little Town Hero has a music collaboration with Hitomi Sato and Toby Fox. I was so excited to play Little Town Hero on the Nintendo Switch.

Did you catch my live stream of Little Town Hero? If you missed it please click here. I did wind up beating the first battle off screen. It really comes down to luck of the ideas you get. Expect battles in Little Town Hero to take forever. We get ideas and they can do things like damage the characters hearts or they are cards that battle. I did notice the computer cheats with the battle system. They would have cards similar to mine and be able to attack even when they should have no battle points left.

If the card kind of battling was not obnoxious enough in Little Town Hero we do it on a board. We do laps on this board where we can hit certain spaces and get support from other characters. These can be very helpful if they randomize in a way that helps the player. Little Town Hero frustrated me to end because it was all so random. At least in most card battling video games we can build a better deck and work toward easy wins.

Little Town Hero feels so small on so many fronts. The storyline makes little sense. A young man who has a rival wants to leave town. He is not allowed to. So he wants to get into the castle to get permission to leave. He spends to much time trying to break into the castle. He disobeys some rules and obeys others. Playing a mischievous brat did not really connect with me. Younger gamers hate the complex battle system. So who is the target audience?

Little Town Hero had so much potential. The lame battle system that is actually broken is the reason this game is such a flop. The issues families will have are violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, alcohol, tobacco, and more. I wanted to like this game so much. After playing Little Town Hero I never want to see it again. Maybe when I do an all break I should be able to attack their hearts. That would speed up this game. A two player mode would have been nice too.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 75%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One
Publisher: Game Freak
Developer: Game Freak
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol}

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