Like the Scottish Premier League, the Switch football scene is a one horse race – and that horse isn’t exactly what you’d call a thoroughbred.
FIFA 18 on Switch is perfectly decent, but it doesn’t really stand up to the other console versions. Plus, it’s FIFA, so it has all the charm and personality of a John Terry interview.
What we need – especially in this World Cup year – is for a blood-and-thunder arcade throwback to come steaming in with a two footed challenge. Legendary Eleven attempts just such a manoeuvre, but ends up limping off with a dislocated shoulder.
It’s (not) in the game
Legendary Eleven positions itself as a throwback to a golden age of footy games. A time before we got a million skill combination to learn, hundreds of realistically modelled players to choose from, and real time tactical management options to consider.