YesterMorrow header image


Blowfish Studios, Bitmap Galaxy
Nov 5, 2020 - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

OpenCritic Rating


Top Critic Average


Critics Recommend

6 / 10
God is a Geek
5 / 10
PC Invasion
9 / 10
Nintendo Life
5 / 10
Screen Rant
2 / 5
Checkpoint Gaming
6 / 10
Pure Nintendo
5 / 10
6 / 10
Share This Game:

YesterMorrow Trailers

YesterMorrow - Available Now! thumbnail

YesterMorrow - Available Now!

YesterMorrow - Coming November 5th! thumbnail

YesterMorrow - Coming November 5th!

YesterMorrow Screenshots

Critic Reviews for YesterMorrow

YesterMorrow is an entirely competent and mostly sound platformer. Sure, there's some issues around the occasionally finicky controls, but these are mostly balanced out through the exemplary level design. The main issue here is that the gameplay experience is so very hum-drum. YesterMorrow is a mish-mash of many other better games that we've all played before. As such it struggles to build its own identity and never becomes a compelling experience.

Read full review

It has beautiful visuals and interesting gameplay, but Yestermorrow's frame drops and visual glitches make it incredibly hard to play on the Switch.

Read full review

YesterMorrow is a thoroughly enjoyable, challenging 2D platformer with excellent pixel artwork and lots of familiar tropes. No one will be impressed by the story or the uniqueness of anything it has to offer, but the consistently strong game design and tight controls make it well worth playing all the same.

Read full review

It’s a real shame that YesterMorrow performs so poorly, because visually it’s a real treat, and it’s backed up by a pretty great soundtrack. More importantly though, its gameplay – while functional – can’t hold a candle to a game like Celeste, and we feel it really should have nailed this aspect if it’s to be successful. YesterMorrow may be worth a go if the severe technical issues get ironed out, but it’s by no means a must-buy.

Read full review

If YesterMorrow is fixed, then it would make for a decent, if unambitious game. As it stands, the technical issues are so distracting that we can't recommend it in its current form. The odd glitch can be overlooked in a title during its launch window, but the problems in YesterMorrow are so persistent that they undermine the entire experience.

Read full review

From its relatively insignificant main time-travel gimmick to its almost-right controls, there’s not a whole lot going on that we haven’t seen before in a more polished fashion. If you’re itching for some hardcore platforming action and can look past its flaws, you’ll find a rough gem in YesterMorrow’s visually stunning world – just don’t go in expecting another Celeste.

Read full review

It just doesn't stand out to me as a "must buy." I will say that there was a patch for some of the bugs in the game, but it could use a little more fine-tuning, in my opinion. YesterMorrow is nowhere near the worst game I've ever played, but it's nowhere near the best.

Read full review

YesterMorrow is the tale of Yui, who must go back and forth between her past and present to try and change the course of history, using her abilities to tackle a number of challenges of beautiful but boring puzzles and challenges. YesterMorrow feels like a case of wasted potential - its an interesting concept with too little substance.

Read full review