When it comes to the modes on offer, you’ve got plenty to choose from. First of course is the Story mode, which appears to be an adaptation of the original plot and continues on from what was covered in the first One’s Justice. This mode gives you a chance to try out a variety of characters, and is actually split into a hero and villain structure reminiscent of Sonic Adventure 2. As someone who hasn’t watched the show, it’s a pretty good way to get introduced to the universe.
Mission mode features character levelling and pits you against various enemy teams as you build you own. It’s pretty fun and lends itself well to the Switch’s pickup and play mechanics, letting you get in some quick bouts without needing to speed through cutscenes. It’s a great way to get in some practice as you take on greater and greater foes.
Third we have Arcade mode, which is more or less what you’d expect, except here you have different sets of opponents you can choose from and then fight them in any order you want. Opponents here range from fairly tame to absolute nightmares, so there’s something for everyone, especially if you can learn all of the game’s, ahem, “quirks.” Yes I went there.