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Theft Ride Legacy Switch Review

PlatformNintendo Switch
Release Date5/19/23
PublisherPrison Games
ESRB RatingE

Theft Ride Legacy is a game where you drive around a cluttered abandoned storage facility to retrieve “stolen loot from a bank heist.” Except there’s one problem, there’s nothing in game to suggest that you’re retrieving stolen loot. There are nothing stopping you except level geometry. There’s no story screen in game. In each level there are a few treasures scattered about you have to get them in the time limit. And that’s about it. There’s no other levels, no twists thrown your way. Its the same thing over and over again. In other words, It gets real boring real fast.

The one level is a maze but decently designed

Theft Ride legacy is ultimately a cash grab, because they sell four extra missions for $5. Yes, that’s right, something they could’ve easily put in the game, they’re selling you for $5. And for $2.50, they add additional motorcycle looks. Not to mention, the non-sale price is $20. Though to be fair, that could just be the “always on sale to seem like a value,” method of selling. Regardless, I see it as sleazy.

You can get stuck on level geometry, But you can reposition with a button push.

Theft Ride Legacy’s ultimate issue is boredom. It’s a just a boring game. It is not broken. It does what it says. There’s just no real variation or twists to keep you playing. Play one or two levels, you’ve seen the game. You can play with a friend, but you’re still playing boring crap. Add in the cash grab nature of this, and you have a full Not Recommended on our hands.

Overall: Theft Ride Legacy is a very boring game. Add in some cash grabs and you have a title not worth playing.

Verdict: Not Recommended

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PS. Try One Hell Of A Ride because I said so!

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