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The Game Bakers
Dec 3, 2020 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch

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Critics Recommend

8 / 10
PC Gamer
72 / 100
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7.8 / 10
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80 / 100
8 / 10
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8 / 10
The Games Machine
8.2 / 10
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Haven - Launch Trailer

Haven - Story trailer - Can love conquer all? thumbnail

Haven - Story trailer - Can love conquer all?

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Haven - Gameplay Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Haven

Haven is a charming and unusual sci-fi RPG about love prevailing above all else, although between its thrilling gravity boot rides and respectable combat are long spans of monotonous resource gathering and clean-up.

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A relaxing adventure that's at its best when focusing on the romance.

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Haven finds a groove in its exploration and character-building, but the combat and big narrative beats throw it off

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Quotation forthcoming.

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Haven is an uplifting and positive tale of a young couple setting out to make an alien planet their home. Yu and Kay are a likeable pair as you watch their relationship strengthen, the world of Source is a gorgeous place to explore, and the soundtrack is great as well. While the overarching story could be deeper and battles could be streamlined further, Haven is a game that offers a chilled out escape.

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Playing Haven with someone else feels like the natural way to approach it, but you’ll still enjoy it if you’re playing on your own. It can be a tough game to grind through, especially when scouring different areas that often look the same, but the relationship between Yu and Kay is very relatable. Movement is satisfying, and the combat is simple enough to enjoy. The Game Bakers has managed to build an interesting narrative throughout, and the couple’s own story is just as important and engaging.

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Haven is a great comfort game. Relaxing music, pleasant color palette, dialogues that are often light but never empty. Yu and Kay's adventure on source never fails to be entertaining, and if the combat seems a bit shallow at first, it will certainly put you to the test as you progress. Some things could be better, of course; but after the excellent Furi, Haven is another proof of The Game Bakers' competence.

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