Published On: Sat, Jan 12th, 2019

Review: Nippon Marathon – A Mildly Fun Multiplayer Romp That Grows Old Far Too Quickly

Run its course.

Nippon Marathon is a lot like that one person at a party who thinks that the only way to gain popularity is to wear clothing that offends the eye and act all ‘wacky’, because being ‘random’ is definitely not another word for being a total bore. Onion Soup Interactive’s off-the-wall multiplayer racer certainly has a lot of enthusiasm, but it’s a concept that – much like that annoying party pooper – soon starts to grate.

Not that this colourful indie offering isn’t short on content. Right out of the (digital) box you get access to a decent number of different modes, including a Story campaign that follows the athletic dreams of some strange Japanese citizens with questionable tastes in fashion. There’s J. Darwin and his obsession with lobsters, Elizabeth Nishibori and her love of narwhals and many, many more. They’ve all entered the titular race around Japan and it’s through their nonsensical plots you’ll attempt to uncover a predictably shady corporate conspiracy behind the event.

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Review: Nippon Marathon – A Mildly Fun Multiplayer Romp That Grows Old Far Too Quickly