Best Friend Forever
The game is quite short, you could easily get through several runs in a day, but that shouldn’t be an issue for too long as (again, discovered via their Discord) they have already announced plans to add additional content. There is even a handy little form you can fill out on their Discord channel where you can suggest things and give your input on what you’d like to see eventually added into the game. I really like how interactive the developers are with their audience, and I really liked their game. After some quality of life and bug improvements for the Switch version, this will definitely be a game you don’t wanna miss out on.
I think the problem is that Best Friend Forever is trying to do several things at once and isn’t really doing any of them well.
For any queer person who loves dogs, millennial who loves dogs, or actual dog masquerading as a human, Best Friend Forever is a wholesome, cathartic experience.
More than feeling like a dog-lovers game, this feels like the ultimate hipster fantasy and the amount of enjoyment you get out of this title pretty much depends on how much you like these cliché ideas of how millennials feel superior by doing nothing of importance. There is a funny dog caring game in there but it feels mostly like an afterthought.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Best Friend Forever has a lot of great aspects but it didn't end up as the game I expected. It's more care for the pets than for love. Also, there are bugs and technical hiccups that should have been fixed before launch.
Review in German | Read full review
Best Friend Forever is cute, and you’re bound to get some smiles out of it if you’re a pet-lover. Unfortunately, the rest of it ends up feeling half-hearted.