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Lunic Games / Danilo Domingues, DANGEN Entertainment
Oct 21, 2021 - PC, Nintendo Switch
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

71%

Critics Recommend

COGconnected
77 / 100
Nintendo Life
8 / 10
Generación Xbox
7.2 / 10
Paste Magazine
7.8 / 10
RPG Fan
68%
Pure Nintendo
7 / 10
PSX Brasil
80 / 100
GameGrin
8 / 10
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Evertried - Official Launch Trailer  |  Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC thumbnail

Evertried - Official Launch Trailer | Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC

Evertried - Announcement Trailer | Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC thumbnail

Evertried - Announcement Trailer | Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC


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Critic Reviews for Evertried

Boss battles engage that cerebellum, but I wouldn’t call them the central pillar of Evertried. The experience is really a deceptively fun way to improve situational awareness, a charming little escape with a hint of addictiveness. It’s not exactly designed for long sessions, however. An hour into gameplay, the freshness depreciates. Truly, the rogue-lite randomness and small game board levels work for when the mood strikes. There’s no elaborate campaign or page-turner, storybook adventure. But if you enjoy some strategy and rogue-lite retro goodness, Evertried makes for great satisfaction on a whim.

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If we were to name any complaint, it’s that the core gameplay in Evertried can feel a little stale after extended sessions. Skills and traps mix up the way you play somewhat, but you’re ultimately still confined to pressing one of four directions for the whole game, which gets a little samey given enough time. Still, we’d give this one a recommendation; there’s lots of replayability, the concept of its gameplay is something we haven’t seen before, and (most importantly) it’s fun.

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Generación Xbox

Alexis
7.2 / 10.0
Generación Xbox

‎Evertried is undoubtedly a very entertaining game, which hardly catches outsiders of ‎‎Roguelike ‎‎or turn-based combat, but that will surely make lovers of this find an experience that helps them kill some other moment of boredom that may arise here and there. It is definitely not a game for everyone, but I would also recommend that you try it if there is any element that catches your attention, since even I was half refused to review it, but at the end of the day and after dying more times than Kenny, I know that I would have regretted not having done it.‎

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Its superb soundtrack and visuals are an everlasting treat. Playing it handheld on Switch is how it should be played, in reminiscence of playing SRPGs on a Nintendo DS. When its issues are fixed, I really hope to recommend this game to others because it has been one of my favorites of this year. I'm still waiting to ascend to whichever goddess or whatever fate awaits me on its final floors, feeling the despair of a warrior's spirit, but not in the way I or Evertried had hoped.

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A fascinating idea with unfortunate execution set in a cute world.

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Evertried is a welcome take on the rogue like genre. Although it can feel repetitive, the turn-based gameplay is a refreshing take.

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Evertried is an addicting roguelike with a gameplay loop capable of entertaining over multiple sessions. While its duration is relatively short and the lack of story is a bit of a nuissance, it is a great experience that should be on your radar.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Evertried is a 2D isometric roguelike strategy game that challenges your brain every step of the way. It can definitely get frustrating, but you get a great sense of accomplishment when you make progress and reach a new floor.

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