Always Sometimes Monsters review: working class hero - Polygon

"Always Sometimes Monsters wears its heart proudly on its sleeve.

This 2D open-world game is wildly ambitious in its narrative goals — it comments on everything the developers take issue with in the modern world. Playing Always Sometimes Monsters at times feels like talking to an enthusiastic — and generally bright — friend who tries a little too hard to convince you of something you already believe. It has a lot to say, and most of what it says has value, though it's not terribly subtle."

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