[Nintendo Switch] Very Very Valet Review
Very Very Valet from Toyful is a fast-paced, crazy, and fun couch co-op party game on Nintendo Switch. Check out our Very Very Valet review!
In Very Very Valet from Toyful, you’ll be taking on a fast-paced, crazy, and fun couch co-op party game on Nintendo Switch with a very simple objective: receive a client’s car, park it safely, and return it when they request it. You can take on this one either on your own or in multiplayer for up to four players at once, taking on more than 20 levels with different layouts that all have something in common: a shortage of parking spaces, which means you’ll have to be quick on your feet and find a way to satisfy every single customer!
Once you’re ready to give this one a go, you’ll be told what to do by Comms, the lovely, brave, and gallant officer of this particular valet brigade – his words, not mine. Your first step will be to get your team ready in order to be certified and get your license. Because of this, you’ll start your journey with Very Very Valet with a short tutorial that will teach you all of the basics so that you can be prepared for the mayhem that is about to start.
Your character will run around each stage with the left analog stick, jumping with the B button to reach new heights. Your character is mighty powerful, so you can press the Y button to give cards a good shove to move them around. Once you’re ready to drive, press the A button – which is also used to exit a vehicle. Once inside a car, the left analog stick can be pointed in the direction you want to drive, releasing the stick to make the car stop. Press and hold down the Y button to use the E-brake, which is a good option for drifting and taking on tight corners. If you time things right and slam the brakes, you can press the jump button to launch your character over long distances.
Things start off easy, with small levels on which there won’t be many issues before you find your groove and start to park cars left and right so that new customers can drive up before, say, going into the restaurant to grab a bite. The craziness starts when you have to bring back their cars while also having to park new cars. Later levels will also have a higher difficulty by adding the regular traffic you have to avoid, ramps and launchers to use, or even airplanes that are going fast over the landing track!
At the end of a stage, once all cars have been taken care of, you’ll be evaluated. You can get a rating of up to three stars, and you’ll get to check out what your total points are, as well as how long it took you to clear the stage. Once it’s all over, some video highlights will show the craziness from different points of view. It will then be time for all players to vote on their favorite video. Once the timer is up, the winning video will be shown on the mission results screen, with the player whose video was voted as best glowing with happiness. Stars are important since they will be used for unlocking new stages.
Along with the regular stages in which up to four players will need to pick up, park, and return customer’s cars, there will also be other mini-game style levels that will change things up. You will, for example, be asked to use your car to bring down a lot of bowling pins, reminding you of the starting tutorial in which you learn the basics for Very Very Valet. Another bonus stage might present you with a mini-game to collect a bunch of trash bags that need to be taken to a dumpster to get rid of them.
Very Very Valet is a fast-paced, crazy, and fun couch co-op game that is a blast to play on Nintendo Switch. Thanks to its easy-to-understand gameplay mechanics and local co-op for up to four players, it’s a great game for gamers of all ages and skill levels. Very Very Valet is out on Nintendo Switch with a $24.99 asking price, and it’s one you should definitely check out!
This Very Very Valet review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Toyful.