Betrayal At Club Low Reviews

Betrayal At Club Low is ranked in the 93rd percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Eurogamer
Top Critic
Recommended
Sep 9, 2022

This narrative-driven dice game from Cosmo D is packed full of his signature visual and musical motifs, and loosely picks up your pizzaiolo/secret agent journey from 2020's Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1.

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9 / 10.0
Sep 9, 2022

A hallmark of excellence. There may be flaws, but they are negligible and won't cause massive damage.

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7.8 / 10.0
Sep 22, 2022

A spy story full of demented humor and surreal situations.

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Unscored
Sep 9, 2022

A focused and fantastic first serving from a new genre for this accomplished indie dev.

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GBAtemp
Top Critic
8.5 / 10.0
Sep 24, 2022

With Betrayal at Club Low as its latest addition, the Off-Peak saga from Cosmo D is shaping up to be one of the most unique and engrossing video game series.

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8.5 / 10.0
Sep 20, 2022

Betrayal at Club Low might not the best-looking game and its gameplay might sometimes feel limited or unfair. But the game has plenty of weirdness, a clear goal, great moments, and the ability to get players to explore, take risks, and deal with failure. A small universe and well-defined mechanics make this one of the first titles I have played through three times (with another run planned) in quite some time.

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Worth your time
Oct 28, 2022

Betrayal At Club Low‘s humor may be one of its draws, but the way it plays with dice rolls and captures the sensibilities of tabletop games is what makes it shine. The myriad ways any one playthrough can go – or a single roll even – make it a joy to constantly revisit and see what happens if you try this instead of that. This is my first experience with a Cosmo D game (I’ve meant to play Off-Peak for ages but haven’t because I’m terrible) and I feel like a fool for putting them off for so long. If this is just a peek at what the stories of Off-Peak City has to offer, I’m very excited to see what else this surreal world has in store.

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4.5 / 5.0
Sep 28, 2022

Betrayal at Club Low is a masterclass in artful innovation. It gives the player a lot more interactivity and agency than its predecessor, Tales From Off Peak City, and in the process totally re-invents the entire point n’ click adventure genre. Trying out such a bold new gameplay style was a big gamble, but it’s a roll of the dice that’s won big.

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80 / 100
Sep 22, 2022

Cosmo D returns with another adventure in his usual style, which will captivate us with its graphics and music. But this time he surprises us with an extremely replayable narrative adventure that will keep us hooked rolling dice from start to finish. Repeatedly.

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Sep 19, 2022

Off-Peak City is an off-beat city with a cast of characters of enigmatic proportions. You’ve not lived until you try to get a bartender to open up to you by either telling a joke or dancing, but perhaps jumping over the bar is more your style. This is one of the most surreal gaming experiences I’ve had, and it’s something I want more of. Having achieved four of its eleven endings, I’m contemplating my next run and what I can do differently. Roll the dice, and give Betrayal At Club Low your time and money, because it’s full of so many surprises and sagacious moments.

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9 / 10.0
Sep 10, 2022

A funny and brilliant take on tabletop games, Betrayal At Club Low has the same interesting weirdness of Cosmo D’s other titles with a lot of quirky characters to meet and a lovely surreal world that you don’t want to leave.

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9 / 10
Sep 9, 2022

A bespoke table top adventure brought to digital life, Betrayal At Club Low is incredibly well designed and a lot of quirky fun. Like a battle of whits against a dungeon master that’s determined to make you smile as much as they are to defeat you, Betrayal At Club Low is a dark horse for sleeper hit of the year.

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