Submitted by TGS 906d ago | review

The Gamer Scene- Reus Review

Reus, developed by Abbey Games, gives the player control over four giants that manipulate a small planet’s environment. The giants each can terraform the small, cross-sectional planet, or create objects. The game’s unique draw is the inability to control humanity. The aim of the game is to shape the planet in particular ways to implicitly shape humanity. While the idea is unique enough for replay-ability, its execution is overly complicated and a bit frustrating. (PC, Reus) 3.5/5

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