"I admit that I am almost always sceptical when a developer decides to remove the original version of a game and add a more expensive “upgraded” edition. I also get very sceptical when said game also appears as a retail release and has some apparently unique feature attached to it. It feels like developers, in this instance, are perpetually holding back content to facilitate different releases of different SKUs. Freakyforms Deluxe: Your Creations, Alive! doesn’t really do anything major to warrant a retail release, to be quite honest, and it certainly highlights the reason why digital releases should probably remain that way in most circumstances.", writes Vooks.