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Super Burger Time Review

"Makin' Burgers"

Campaign

Super Burger Time is truly a classic and an often set aside game. It's all about building burgers whether that's alone or with someone else. At least, that's how it is in this sequel follow-up. Set across a number of levels you're attempting to build various sized burgers. You do this by hopping on the many items that make up the food while dodging crazy veggies that are crowded around. There are also boss levels shaken throughout the experience that can cause some troubles for your journey. There's a lot going on in the levels and it provides a fair challenge, good thing you have many coins to use. It's a very authentic package for those that liked the original, yet with some small modern bonuses. You can adjust some visual settings to retain a retro style if that's your sort of thing.

Gameplay

This is a bright, lovely looking retro arcade title. The veggies have fun animations and are piled onto the screen. It's actually wild at times how many are out at once and you need to sprinkle away at them in order to push them off the screen. From there you hop around building your objective and then going onto the next level. There are multiple layers to it and levels of verticality as you hop along.
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The Conclusion

Super Burger Time is a really great game, it's a lot of fun and holds true to its origins. That being said, it would have been nice if they did something new or extra with this release. It's that authentic experience which is great, yet I was still hoping for more from it. The cooperative options are great, the game is fun and it's got a nice level of difficulty. It's a shame this series hasn't had more love over the years, hopefully people give it more of a chance as I'd like to see another effort towards modernizing it.

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Super Burger Time Review on Nintendo Switch
Review Code Provided by Flying Tiger Entertainment

Rating Overall: 6.0

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner
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