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Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Nintendo Switch Review – Is It Worth It?

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32 thoughts on “Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Nintendo Switch Review – Is It Worth It?

  1. Mr. Skittles Reply

    I think I'm sold. My wife enjoys a lot of these games and she doesn't play many games in general. I can see this being a good time killer w hen we can't decide on a movie or show to watch. I also have a young one that cou of learn to play and love these games as well. Also I think this is a Nintendo product so it will never get a decent sale so I might as well just buy it.

  2. Bubba Spinks Reply

    Looks too simple and too boring. Feels like they want to milk what they can by maki f games that just look old ad as nothing new. Unless this game is not full price I don't think I will even look at it.

  3. Django Groen Reply

    How many games can you play with only 2 joycons and 1 switch? Or do I really need 4 joycons for most games?

    And how much games can be played against friends that have a switch too but live in a different house?

  4. Krista Reply

    Took this game to a get together yesterday and we were all disappointed that there were only 2 four-player games.
    I also don’t like how player 2 can’t pick their own account on the switch. They’re just stuck with the name “player 2”

  5. Andrew S Reply

    Loving the game and your review, but I have a question. How do play on the same console with 2 people who both have accounts on switch. Example I started to play through my account and I want to play with my brother who also has an account, how do I add him into my game?

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