Monster Truck Championship is finally making its way to the Nintendo Switch

I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid to write this review.
On October 25, Monster Truck Championship released for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation®4. They were able to hail the game's stand-out qualities: the realistic vehicle physics, deep customization of the monster trucks and almost instant fun! 

 Now, owners of Nintendo Switch can experience the thrill of driving these powerful monsters. Take advantage of the portability of Nintendo Switch to play Monster Truck Championship anywhere, alone or in online multiplayer, and start a race or freestyle session wherever you feel like it. 

In Monster Truck Championship, you take the wheel of one of 16 vehicles and enter five types of event. In these championships, you will compete in 25 stadiums and circuits in various cities across the United States. Taking a realistic approach to driving rather than an arcade-game style, Monster Truck Championship gives players the chance to take part in frenzied races and pull off believable aerial and ground moves by learning the unique physics of these vehicles. 

Monster Truck Championship boasts many features
 25 circuits in different cities across the United States 
5 types of event: Race, Time-Trial, Drag Races, Freestyle and Destruction
16 customizable vehicles with over 50 options 
Realistic driving and physics, including independent front- and rear-wheel control, and adjustment of different mechanical elements, such as suspensions, gearbox and engine 
An online mode for up to 8 players in monster-sized races 
A Career mode where you manage the vehicle, sponsors and technicians to improve your performances and earnings

My sons review: (I'm passing him the keyboard now)
The trucks look really cool and look like real trucks.  The graphics make it seem like you are really there.  Doing donuts was my favorite, but there is lots of other tricks too.  The controls were easy to learn.  I liked that it started with a training mode so I could figure out how how to do tricks.  The races were really fun, and there was other ways to play too.