Sunday Gold Reviews

Sunday Gold is ranked in the 56th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Nov 5, 2022

Sunday Gold is a solid action romp that combines the genres in a thoughtful way, so they don't interfere with each other.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 14, 2022

Sunday Gold is a short game full of charm and ideas. The game manages to blend the genres in an uncommon way. On the other hand, it avoids achieving excellence by committing a few missteps, both narratively and in terms of gameplay. Without hesitation, it would be interesting to revisit the characters in a sequel. With a little polishing, it could turn into a very good game despite being uneven in its execution.

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Sep 26, 2022

Sunday Gold is a satire of real London through and through, clad in an aesthetic colour pallet. The plot might seem exaggerated—cybernetic animal bloodsports, secret cyborg labs, billionaire vampires gutting an over-industrialized city—however much of the stuff is based on real-world scenarios. If you read the newspapers, emails, notes and magazines in the game, you’ll know what I’m talking about. However, the game still lacks in-depth combat, even becoming tedious at times especially when you can’t catch a break from random encounters while ending your turn. Despite all that, I would totally play a sequel starring these ragtag trio again.

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3 / 5.0
Oct 11, 2022

Sunday Gold has a story that is set in an interesting world, but its focus on a singular plot point, while entertaining, makes other content feel disjointed.

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80 / 100
Oct 6, 2022

Sunday Gold is a fun, if sometimes frustrating, point & click adventure game with a simple turn-based combat system, and an elaborate narrative about bad guys trying to be good guys. It's not Disco Elysium and it doesn't try. Without a doubt, it is a title to take into account, just because of its successful mix.

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8.3 / 10.0
Oct 3, 2022

A pleasant surprise from the first minutes and a representative sample of the studio's good work when things are clear.

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Sep 23, 2022

Sunday Gold represents a bold effort to teach the old dog of point-and-click adventure games some new tricks. While there are some flaws and frustrations, BKOM Studios’ experiment has been broadly successful and players who would never normally touch an adventure game may well enjoy this one. In any case, Frank, Sally, and Gavin are likeable new characters who hopefully will get to humble the rich and powerful once again.

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4 / 5.0
Sep 20, 2022

Sunday Gold is an intriguing mix of genres that really does a good job at capturing the intensity of a criminal crew going on a high-stakes heist. Sadly, its breakneck pace is often slowed down by too many puzzles that require tedious pixel-hunting to progress. Nonetheless, it’s well worth persevering for the stylishly presented story and exciting capers. If your cup of tea is cyberpunk cockneys havin’ a right laugh uncovering labyrinthine conspiracies and making a few bob in the process, then you’d best have it, my son.

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8.5 / 10.0
Sep 12, 2022

A strong narrative and well-crafted characters more than make up for any rough edges in this slick, fast-paced point-and-click adventure/RPG hybrid.

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Rizwan Anwer
8 / 10.0
Sep 12, 2022

Sunday Gold is a game that definitely deserves a playthrough if you enjoy turn-based RPG games and don’t mind a sprinkle of point-and-click adventure games along the way. The puzzles are also procedurally generated, which can be a blessing and a curse, depending on the level you are on, but this is also what makes the game even more enjoyable. With a great visual presentation, excellent voice cast, gripping combat, and point-and-click integrated parts, this great all-around package delivers a great game.

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85 / 100
Sep 12, 2022

Sunday Gold is a fun, if occasionally frustrating, point-and-click adventure game with a visceral and effective, if simple, turn-based combat system and a working-class narrative about the corporations being the bad guys. It’s not Disco Elysium, but it also wasn’t trying to be. So, go into Sunday Gold for what it is, not what it may seem like on the surface.

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8 / 10
Sep 12, 2022

Sunday Gold is a gem mined from the rough and the dirt. The writing is on point and witty, the gameplay streamlined yet satisfying and the art style is catchy and engrossing. There are some rough edges to this golden nugget, but it’s enough to form an ingot which the game’s playable gang would promptly steal. Peaky Blinders meets comic book noir, better grab your whiskey and peaked cap.

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