Submitted by combocaster 686d ago | review

Evoland Review | ComboCaster

Evoland can be nice to reminisce about the good old days of the NES or SNES. Listen songs typical of the games we played when we were kids. Evoland try to play with this aspect, recalling games like Final Fantasy and Legend of Zelda. Unfortunately Evoland takes so long to make us remember these games do not bother to be a good game in itself, failing to establish any unique identity, summing up just making references that make us think of other games, and it does not is enough.

As its name indicates, the core Evoland is that it evolves with frequency, particularly in terms of visuals and gameplay. Earlier, the top-down perspective is quite pixelated and lacking color, suggesting an action game Zelda-style adventure. But, as they advance in the game will open chests that change the game and its world. (Evoland, PC) 5/10

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