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stellarNull, Freedom Games
Apr 21, 2022 - Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

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11 / 20
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Critic Reviews for Anuchard

Anuchard presents some interesting concepts, but is executed sloppily. While combat is extremely simple, level design is lackluster, and most puzzles are too easy, the final hour or so holds a lot of promise.

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11 / 20

Anuchard does not offer a most brilliant adventure and is even rather anecdotal.

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Ultimately, Anuchard is an intensely monotonous game that really only succeeds in its art design and sound. Nearly every dungeon feels the same, and every battle outside of boss fights feels like a mindless waste of time. The story is more ambitious, but it never culminates in something satisfying across its dozen hours of gameplay. This is certainly not a game that lives up to the pedigree of the Soul Blazer trilogy. But perhaps stellarNull can dust itself off and deliver something more impactful the next time around.

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If you can overlook some flaws, Anuchard is a short and engaging, albeit simple, action RPG adventure.

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If you’re after a bell-bashing good time with all the style, boss battles, and even cooking, then this game is going to sing the tune you’ll want to hear. Anuchard is a hearty indie game with much to give to those who are looking for an appropriate mix of dungeon donging and puzzle-solving chaos. It might not be a genre cornerstone with some notable shortfalls, but it will still keep you ring-a-ding-dinging as you solve puzzles and traverse its dungeons.

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Even though it doesn't bring much to the table in terms of innovation or surprise, Anuchard remains a solid and exceedingly colorful adventure that offers a fun, if fleeting, experience. The chapter-based structure lends itself well to the light and optional farm-building elements and the main narrative of bringing life back to the world and its inhabitants. If you're looking for a fairly charming action RPG that's more familiar than fresh, Anuchard might be just what the doctor ordered.

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Anuchard is fast-paced and is pretty satisfying. This is definitely a game for anyone who enjoys dungeon crawling indie games like Boyfriend Dungeon or even Hades . Honestly though, just about anyone could get into it pretty easily.

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Anuchard is a curious action RPG inspired by the classics. The game relies on uncomplicated combat and intuitive puzzles to create an agile and accessible adventure. Furthermore, the world captivates with its colorful atmosphere and picturesque characters. However, the general simplicity gets in the way: mechanics and concepts develop little during the journey, making the experience stagnant. In the end, Anuchard has some charm, but it fails to exploit its full potential.

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