That sure is a mouthful. Mind if I call it TTRWTNE for short?
When we look at Apple TV as a platform for gaming, we see that some genres are well represented, and others, not so much.
Fans of 2D action-platformers for example are well catered for, both inside and outside of Apple Arcade. Le Parker: Sous Chef Extraordinaire (review), Leo’s Fortune (review), Dead Cells (appreciation!), Spidersaurs, Shantae and the Seven Sirens, Stela – these are just a few fantastic titles right off the top of my head.
First-person-shooters on the other hand? Yeah, good luck with that. Even Shadowgun Legends is unplayable at the moment until it gets its 1.0.0 update.
How about kart racing then?
While it’s hard to argue the genre is over-represented on Apple TV, the few titles that are available are excellent.
Beach Buggy Racing is a must-have, and even has four-player split-screen. It is free-to-play, so you do have to contend with that aspect of it, although Vector Unit promises Beach Buggy Racing 2 on Apple TV in 2020 will be a premium release, so that’ll be one to look out for.
SEGA’s Sonic Racing is also a lot of fun, but only available to those with an Apple Arcade subscription.
There are no stand-out kart racers of exemplary quality available as a once-off, premium purchase. Until today.
The Apple TV gaming platform welcomes Table Top Racing: World Tour – Nitro Edition to its catalogue.