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3 out of 10 - Season One

Terrible Posture Games
Sep 3, 2020 - PC, Nintendo Switch
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77

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60%

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Critic Reviews for 3 out of 10 - Season One

The first season 3 out of 10 ends too abruptly and introduces far more questions than it answers, but it is a welcome weekly dose of humor.

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I’ll be front row with my bucket of popcorn for 3 out of 10: Season Two. The art style is fun, the writing is on-point, and the game itself runs almost perfectly on the Switch. The first season of 3 Out of 10 isn’t something you’ll get hours upon hours out of. But you wouldn’t want to overstay your welcome in this world anyways. And that’s the magic of what the developers accomplished here. Terrible Posture Games knew precisely what they were doing in making a terrible game about developing a terrible game. Bravo.

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3 Out of 10 came as a nice surprise, released for free and dropping a new episode every week for its first five-week season.

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With its charming and well-written tale, creative mix of mini-games, and vibrant world, 3 Out of 10: Season One really makes for an episodic delight. I genuinely enjoyed seeing the tale unfold between episodes, whilst the mini-games add plenty of fun moments of interactivity to remind you that you are actually playing a video game. The short length and the long loading times were a bit of a shame, but they don’t stop 3 Out of 10: Season One from being a must-play (and watch) narrative-driven escapade.

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3 out of 10 surmounts the low bar set by its self-aware title, but this first season may prove too uneven for some ardent adventure fans.

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Really, though, 3 Out of 10’s biggest sin is that, when it comes to the actual “sitcom” parts of this “playable sitcom,” players basically have no influence on what happens. Most narrative games that let players make decisions to drive the story are high-stakes dramas. But if something is a playable sitcom, it seems strange that I can’t choose what the characters do or, especially, what jokes they make. Instead, it just seems like another game, albeit with a slightly shorter runtime and a slightly more humorous tone.

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Once an Epic Store Exclusive, Sitcom Game 3 Out of 10 Is Heading to Switch

Once an Epic Store Exclusive, Sitcom Game 3 Out of 10 Is Heading to Switch

It's unusual for a game to be described as a sitcom, but that's what 3 Out of 10 is according to Terrible Posture Games.

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