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Sir Lovelot
Mar 3, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, PlayStation 4

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Critic Reviews for Sir Lovelot

Sir Lovalot is a simple platformer that packs a lot into its less than 2 hour runtime, but struggles with water levels.

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7 / 10

Sir Lovelot is a very short and cute game that will allow you to relax after a hard day's work and have fun. Super Meat Boy for beginners.

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Sir Lovelot is the next entry in the tough 2D platformer craze, following in the footsteps of Super Meat Boy and Celeste. Set out on a cartoony adventure to save the princesses across the land. However, does it do enough to stand out from the crowd?

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Sir Lovelot is a fun 2D platformer with tight controls, but light on content.

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Sir Lovelot just misses the mark, the level design lacks depth and character while the absence of challenge will take away the willingness to continue playing.

Review in Arabic | Read full review

So, here I am comparing Sir Lovelot to a game made eleven years ago. Had the developers made one or two slightly different decisions, Sir Lovelot would earn a place in my heart. Instead, I tore through the game in two hours – though this could be extended if you want to find all the hidden items and secrets. I felt deflated after every level. Like a jilted lover, Sir Lovelot did not perform.

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Sir Lovelot doesn’t do much of anything new for a platformer but it’s an enjoyable time for the few hours that it will last you. The levels are just challenging enough to not be boring and completing the optional objectives is something you can do to get a bit more out of it. Sir Lovelot’s quest for love would be a bit more enjoyable though if the team took out the water parts and deviated from the formula just a bit more.

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With a silly premise, tight 2D gameplay, and rewarding collectibles, Sir Lovelot is sure to delight as you master stage after stage.

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