YesterMorrow

Blowfish Studios, Bitmap Galaxy

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
54
Top Critic Average
18%
Critics Recommend
Based on 11 critic reviews
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YesterMorrow

Rating Summary

Based on 11 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

54

Top Critic Average

18%

Critics Recommend

Based on 11 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:Xbox OneNov 5, 2020
PlayStation 4Nov 5, 2020
Nintendo SwitchNov 5, 2020
PCNov 5, 2020
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developer: Bitmap Galaxy

Publisher: Blowfish Studios

Genres: Adventure, Action, Platformer, Puzzle

Her world: destroyed. Her family: kidnapped. Join our heroine Yui in a desperate attempt to save everything she loved! YesterMorrow is a single-player time-travelling 2D platformer mixing action sequences with puzzle elements. Follow Yui's adventure into the past where she must overcome obstacles and access hidden locations to salvage the remnants of a world trapped in Never-ending Night. Intent on helping the remaining survivors and freeing her family from the clutches of Shadows, what she discovers along the way will leave her with a difficult choice: what will she choose when the fate of her world and the Order of Timekeepers rests in her hands? Through her journey, Yui will: - Learn the mysteries of Everlight that will grant her the power to wield special abilities and cleanse the world from the Shadows. - Traverse across two different timelines, enjoying the serene calmness of the past and battling her way through the corrupted world of the future. - Explore the vast world of YesterMorrow, spanning four distinct islands: visit lush forests, abandoned deserts, hardened icy tundras and finally, the Island of Time, where she will fight to change the fate of her world! - Encounter dozens of colourful creatures and take on challenging bosses. - Solve puzzles and find new ways to use the environment to her advantage! - Locate hidden areas, collecting power ups and lore entries detailing the world and its inhabitants. - Pet all the animals!

YesterMorrow Critic Reviews

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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