Potato Flowers in Full Bloom Reviews
To say too much more about Potato Flowers in Full Bloom would be to spoil the joy of discovery that you’ll constantly feel while exploring its labyrinths, so we’ll leave it at that. Suffice to say for now, though, that if you’re a fan of the dungeon crawler genre and want to try a game that does things quite markedly differently from the norm, Potato Flowers in Full Bloom should absolutely be in your collection. It really is a remarkable game — and I worry that as a digital-only title released not long after some of the biggest games of the year, it will be completely overlooked. And that would be absolutely criminal.
Potato Flowers in Full Bloom is bursting with charm and old-school challenge so if you're a fan of dungeon crawlers then I recommend it. That is; if you don't mind the occasional grind and getting lost every once in a while.
Can an indie developer give new life to a classic subgenre? Play this game and find out.
This may not win the hearts and minds of hardcore gamers everywhere, but it’s a wonderful bridge between casual and serious, between indie and mainstream. It certainly isn’t Mary Skelter, but it isn’t Quest 64 either. It’s a pleasant blend, and it really could be a nice reset in the middle of a world that’s honestly too hardcore for me as it is.