Seven Doors Media
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Critic Reviews for Seven Doors
Seven Doors has mostly random and uninteresting puzzles that fail to meet the expectations created by the game's synopsis and trailer. It leaves something to be desired for its lack of action, and also considering that there are many other better games in this genre, many with a really good story.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Am I going to be raving about Seven Doors for years down the track? No, of course not. It’s not a game of the year, it’s not going to wind up on those “1001 games you must play before you die” lists and books. But Seven Doors is a good way to spend a few dollars, and something you can enjoy without stressing about what the game demands back of you. It’s too easy to overlook these kinds of games, but they have their place.
Seven Doors comes to consoles with the inclusion of three new rooms, something that translates into a success and a pleasant surprise. The game can become too short and thanks to these three puzzles things change. The game is guilty of having some simple puzzles that are not challenging, combined with the occasional flash of brilliance in some rooms, but that is marred by some gameplay errors that should no longer be there, especially if we take into account that the game is from 2020 and this is a port to consoles.
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