Table Top Racing: World Tour – Nitro Edition on Nintendo Switch. Get behind the wheel of 16 ultra-cool, miniaturised racing cars and engage in combat-racing like no other. Master over 30 table-top race tracks and over 180 events in a bid for glory, then take the battle online and compete with the best in the world. On Nintendo Switch you can bring a friend too! Race offline or online with two new split-screen game modes. Go head-to-head in “Splitscreen Vs. Battle” mode and take on the A.I. or get online with “Splitscreen Online” mode and take on the world! Crush your enemies with 8 cunning ‘Power-ups’ and 6 unique ‘Weapon Wheels’ and blast your way to victory! Pint-Sized, Powered-Up Racing has never looked so good or been so much fun.
Table Top Racing: World Tour is made up of twelve championships. Each championship has four races to which you complete to gain points to win the cup. Races come in different styles, this is so you won’t get bored with the same race style.
Table Top Racing: World Tour – Nitro Edition Nintendo Switch Trailer
It’s not all about winning races, it’s also about getting cash. Hitting enemies, and finding coins all give you cash. You can then use that cash to buy new cars, attacks and upgrades. Different wheels can also be bought to give your car an edge on certain races.
Attention and time have been spent on the design of the courses. Though they may be short, the look of the tracks is great. Each course features oversized toys, books, etc. The game runs comfortably at 60fps. I did notice an issue with the transition of things from a distance to close up.
If Crash Team Racing is at the top of the scale, Table Top Racing is at the lower end of speed and wackiness. The cars don’t have tremendous top speed, though this will help with weapon aiming. After a couple of tracks, I would say it started to feel a bit mundane.
Local split-screen is included, which is great. The performance was good and I didn’t have any issues. Online multiplayer is also included, but I did notice some lagging when playing.
This game has fallen foul to the Switch Tax problem, which plagues a lot of re-releases. At the time of writing it’s on at £9.99, while you can grab it on the PS4 for £3.99.
Overall, Table Top Racing: World Tour is a fun game to have on standby. But with so many better racing games, I am not sure where this lands. Finally, please check out our gaming reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.