Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator
[ Introduction ]
[ Gameplay ]
[ Visual and Perfomance ]
MMS does feature some nice graphics of the bikes that you repair. The parts of the bike that you service look nice enough but they are all the same for each model of bike. While I appreciate that this is an indie title, the variety of bikes available isn’t very much. A title like this would have been made better if there were some licenced bikes included, instead it’s just one generic looking bike after another which can become tiresome; especially coupled with repetitive gameplay loop. The menus are another gripe I have with the story. It’s all very dull and some of the highlight graphics used adds to the navigation difficulties I mentioned on the gameplay section. I’ll give it some leeway though as this is an indie game, but some decisions are just baffling and could have done with some changes.
[ Sound ]
[ Conclusion ]
Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator is a decent indie title. It’s one of those games that you always see on the eShop and just skim over and never think about. It’s a solid title which has nice little touches to its main core gameplay. It does however become really repetitive really fast so I can only recommend it if you have nothing else to do on your Switch and need to kill some time.
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