Kimberly Mae Go
Overall, I can say that this expansion pack was passionately crafted and thought of. Another job well-done for the devs and creator of this game. Although I am hoping for more new items for the pets in the future patches and updates, there’s no doubt on the incredible amount of personalization for the existing game. The new expansion brings about a lot of new challenges and limitless future discoveries for players. You just can’t get enough of these adorable cats and dogs. With the expansion pack’s replay value and price of $49.90, it deserves a solid 9/10.
This game’s intelligent mechanics kept me intrigued, sustained my interest to finish the game as quickly as possible. Although the experience was more of experimentation and a series of trial and errors for me (a couple of mouse-drowning deaths as well), the game still leaves me asking for more: more of the story, and more games like this in VR. My adventure with Quill in Moss was more than satisfying. It was excellent, magical, and truly a gem.
If you’re feline like this game is a good PURRchase, for its price of $9.99, it’s worth it. What makes it better is that the developer is planning to add expansions soon, and more for a future with virtual reality compatibility. This game is packed with cute kitties and collectibles, it’s purr-fect for cat-lovers out there.
While working on my own review, I knew that the game received a lot of bad reviews. I did not want to read other reviews because I didn’t want my review to be influenced by others. Most people hate what they cannot understand. But for me, you can’t just hate a game simply because it’s difficult (what about Dark Souls?). When you’re playing to have fun, you need to give Rain World plenty of time to get the best out of it.
As for the replay value, one must note that every moral decision the player will make in the game will will affect the game's ending. One wrong choice will actually make the player "lose" the game, and by losing means not passing judgment, and will condemn the protagonist to the depths of hell. There is no manual save button or checkpoints that you can go back to in case you make a wrong decision, so one is left with no choice but to replay the game from the start to achieve redemption. There are also 34 achievements that you can unlock.
Foul Play is fun and entertaining especially when playing the co-op mode but it is not the engaging type where you would want to sit down for continuous play. If it were not for the story and graphics, the game would be linear, especially that the game's genre is not suitable for everyone's preference in gaming. Not worth a standing ovation, but not bad enough for a curtain call.
One cannot simply pass them up as backgrounds because most of them carry hints as to how to unlock doors that will help you progress to the next level. The music and effects are simple yet very effective. Considering that there is a heavy musical component to this game because of the Musicom, the sound effects and musical scoring are non-obtrusive. The variations in every stage sets a mood and ambiance that immerses you in the game in a very charming and magical way.