Rescue Party: Live!
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As a multi-player co-op game, Rescue Party: Live! is outstanding in many ways. However, the obstacles in optimization and communication will still trouble some players. If one or several players will play it with you, this game is still an excellent option for you.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
Rescue Party: Live! is a frantic co-op game from Tag Studio and 505 Games that puts your time management skills to the test in disastrous scenarios. It's not the most original game, but it does offer entertaining and laugher-filled sessions for the whole family to enjoy.
To explain Rescue Party: Live! in a simpler phrase, it's as if you’re saving those poor souls who made a big mess in an Overcooked arena. But as the title suggests, it’s definitely a party game. Almost every second of gameplay requires areas that need to be filled with communication in the midst of a dynamic chaos. The best way to play would be the 4 player multiplayer and they can be both accessed locally and via online. Don’t be alarmed as there will be scenes that require CPA along with the cute little graphics and they’re quite realistic to a sense, which can actually bring some educational value while learning the importance of teamwork and cooperation.
Review in Korean | Read full review
Rescue Party: Live! Is very entertaining in co-op and will make for some memorable game nights. Whether you succeed or fail in your mission to rescue survivors. You will likely have many gaming giggles to share together. If you’re going solo I’d probably advise staying clear and currently taking caution with the online which seems a touch laggy when I was reviewing it. An issue that may be ironed out over time. There is still plenty of room for co-op games and I’m pleased to say Rescue Party: Live! is one of the good ones.
I enjoyed my time playing Rescue Party: Live! though I definitely recommend playing co-op. It has strong similarities to Overcooked and that same sim genre but is different enough to stand on its own. I found it is friendly for all ages in gameplay and look & sound. And with plenty of variety in maps and challenges within which kept playing from feeling stale. From playing with friends to mastering levels and unlocking trophies, there is plenty to keep you busy here.