40°
Submitted by GodisaGeek 583d ago | review

Knytt Underground Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Knytt Underground is another entry in a seemingly endless succession of excellent indie platformers. It lacks the full atmospheric clout of a Limbo or the stellar rotation gimmick of a Fez, and may seem a little bit lifeless to some given the very cryptic plot and minimalistic nature of the gameplay. There are no bells and whistles (and please pardon the pun – those who have played the game will know what I mean) and although structurally it fits the lazy Metroidvania tag, in practise the gameplay has more in common with a classic 1980′s platformer like Jet Set Willy than it does with anything starring Samus or a Belmont. If you want a bit more meat on your platforming bones and love this style of game, then I would suggest you start with Cave Story; however, given the very reasonable price and cross platform PS3/Vita capabilities, you could certainly find worse ways to spend both your scrilla and a few hours of your time." (Knytt Underground, PS Vita, PS3) 7/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Survival Games – Which Ones to Pay Attention to?

54m ago - Entertainment Fuse: Lifeless is a first-person sandbox survival game, it has zombies in it. You n... | PC
20°

Imaginary Achievements - What Pikachu Do

54m ago - Jeremy and Kerry take some pictures and remember simpler times in Pokemon Snap for this week's Im... | Retro
20°

Free Android Games August 2014 Week 4

55m ago - Free Play Weekly: The latest free android games for the 4th week of August 2014 | Android
20°

Are Your Gaming Profiles Safe?

57m ago - OXCGN: "Account security might be one of those things you brush off, thinking "like anyone would... | PC
Ad

Access to Geekmemore.com the Best Geek Dating experience!

Now - N4G is now partner with Geekmemore.com. Enjoy for free and with illimited access all the feature of this new site! Promo Code NFRUHD59 | Promoted post
10°

Jet Set Radio Future Retro Reflection

57m ago - Rhys from Awesome Games writes: 'It’s a sad fact that many of the games we loved playing growing... | Xbox
Related content from friends