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Potion Permit

PQube , MassHive Media
Sep 22, 2022 - Nintendo Switch, PC
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

51%

Critics Recommend

Metro GameCentral
6 / 10
GameSpot
7 / 10
Destructoid
6.5 / 10
God is a Geek
6.5 / 10
TheGamer
3.5 / 5
Push Square
6 / 10
PC Invasion
6 / 10
Gaming Nexus
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Potion Permit

Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
6 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A cosy game of potion manufacture, healing, and friendship set in a delightful isometric world, that's let down by its grinding repetition and some serious bugs.

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Potion Permit is a step forward for the life-sim genre, despite some serious bugs holding it back.

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Slightly above average or simply inoffensive. Fans of the genre should enjoy them a bit, but a fair few will be left unfulfilled.

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Potion Permit has a great concept, but ultimately some quest issues and the sheer amount of grind make it a bit of a drag.

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There’s a lot to love about Potion Permit. It’s a game that, as mentioned, gives you a purpose, and does a great job of letting you experience the journey from total newcomer to heart of the community. It’s a perfect game for those seeking a relaxing, chilled-out experience - a tonic for a market filled with life sims that emphasise profit and efficiency. The only things lacking are a little difficulty to keep things interesting and some bug fixing to keep things running smoothly.

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Unfortunately, there are also a lot of bugs present in the game. Characters will glitch in and out of existence while you’re talking with them. Sometimes the whole screen will go black and your character will pop up in a different part of the map when fast travelling. It’s things like this that really stop Potion Permit from reaching its potential, and its charming visuals can only do so much to counter this.

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Potion Permit certainly has its own unique charm as you continue shaping the fortunes of Moonbury and its citizens. Unfortunately, it can get fairly monotonous later on.

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Potion Permit has you go from unwelcomed guest to belle of the ball. This doesn't feel like other life-sim game in a couple of ways. The handful of mini-games, the romancing, and the gifting feel different, in some good - and sometimes only decent - ways. The pixel art looks great, and load times on the Switch were a breeze. I would have liked more of an overall challenge; the game never feels hard or very difficult. Potion Permit works best when throwing on some headphones and listening to a podcast.

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