- Added kickoffs
- Added replay controls
- Added gameplay pause
- Updated gamepad controls
- Fixed incorrect onside kick chance
- Updated crowd sounds
- Added 1st down kneel celebration
- Fixed CPU punting when losing in overtime
- Fixed OT rules regarding field goals
- Added tutorial fail messages
- Overtime coin flip tweaked (50/50 on Extreme)
- Fixed QB not being sacked for more than 5 yards
- Updated Retro Bowl history
- Updated team strengths
Retro Bowl launched on the Nintendo Switch a couple of months ago and it was worth the wait. Check out our review and find out why.
I also played Retro Bowl docked, utilizing the big screen and a Nintendo Switch Pro controller. My one and only concern was that of would there be any type of input lag during a passing or kicking sequence, and of course, there was none.
In fact, seeing Retro Bowl play out on the big screen was almost surreal and a bit much to take in at first. The ability to play Retro Bowl on a bigger screen has been available previously through various casting options and or cable connectivity options. Either way, this was the first time for me, and the game performed flawlessly.