IGN France: "Humanity immerses us in a surprising, confusing and oh so addictive experience that tests our brains in a mixture of puzzles, reflection and much more. The hours go by and are not alike, and the fun is there whether in VR or on TV."
VGChartz's Lee Mehr: "It's hard to think of another puzzler that zigs and zags so wildly from where it begins. At times, it seems more adequate to consider this an "everything" game; more impressively, how tha manages to veer towards such different genre alleyways so consistently without feeling misplaced is a feat unto itself. To continually shuffle through so many gimmicks and toss them aside after making a point also belies a special design maturity. Some might not appreciate its inverted design philosophy on the typical puzzle game, but they'd miss out on the well-organized chaos that is Humanity in a nutshell."
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If you're considering playing Humanity for the first time, read my Humanity Review to see which expectations to set, and what this game really offers.