Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

Years after the Toys-to-Life bubble burst, Ubisoft took the bold step into the deserted space with Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Unlike Skylanders or Amiibo figures, Starlink takes a modular approach with its toys. As such, you can customize your loadouts by strapping a unique pilot, ship, and weapons to your controller before entering warp speed. It doesn’t hurt that the Nintendo Switch version gets access to console-exclusive Star Fox content, including a sweet-looking Arwing toy. Is the game worth the trouble of slapping all of this extra plastic onto your Joy-Con controllers?

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas – The Grind is Real

Approaching the end of the game, the repetitive nature of Starlink: Battle for Atlas rears its ugly head. Watch me run through the same tasks repeatedly for two hours as I try to unlock its endgame!

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Let’s Start Starlink: Battle for Atlas Together on Nintendo Switch!

Do a barrel roll! Fox, Slippy, Falco, and Peppy gear up for a new adventure in Starlink: Battle for Atlas on the Nintendo Switch! Join me for the first 80-or-so minutes of the game! I also show off the Arwing and Nadir toys!

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