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    Princess Peach: Showtime! Review

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    Princess Peach: Showtime! is the first game on Switch where we see Peach take center stage and fight against a new villain. Here is our Princess Peach: Showtime! Review.

    The game was developed by Good-Feel and published by Nintendo, it was released on March 22, 2024, for the Nintendo Switch.

    Peach is ready to take center stage both literary and figuratively because all the levels take place on theater stages. She is there to see some plays in that theater, but at the same time, a brand new villain decides to take over the building, so Peach has to help everyone stuck in there and get the plays going again. You will meet a new character called Stella, she will be your guide and tool to help you through the start of the levels, until you unlock your powers.

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    Both story and gameplay are very simple, but it really doesn’t need to be more, for me it was really just a “turn my brain off and play” kind of game where I didn’t really need to think much and just went through the levels with ease, the only thing that needed a tiny bit of thinking was figuring out how the new power worked each time I got them for like 30 seconds max, which is nothing in of course.

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    The gameplay is just fun and so easy to understand that even though there are a lot of different types of powers you get, it doesn’t take much to learn them and this is especially nice for kids. For kids, this is perfect because each power has its own mechanics, which are also used in other games, so it teaches them 1 at a time and can give kids a perfect set-up to learn them before jumping into some more advanced games. Each level also only uses 1 power at a time to really give you enough time to learn and go through them but they don’t overstay their welcome at all, mainly due to the levels not being that long.

    I love how the game integrated its story with its visual theme and how perfectly everything blends together, in some games it wouldn’t make sense to be in a theater, and most of the time Mario would be one of those, but due to the game being about peach wanting to see a show, the setting and the introduction of powers as suits just makes so much sense and even the levels being different plays the theater does just makes everything so much better.

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    SUMMARY

    It's a little to easy at times, but for kids this is a perfect game to learn some more advanced movements, As an adult you will still find plenty of entertainment out of it as well.

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