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Pronty: Fishy Adventure

18Light Game Ltd., Happinet
Nov 18, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, PC

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"Pronty" Announcement Trailer (US)【Happinet Indie Collection】

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Critic Reviews for Pronty: Fishy Adventure

Pronty may have some minor flaws, but this is overall a very solid Metroidvania that does a lot to set itself apart from the pack. Things like the impressive atmosphere, challenging boss fights, and oodles of worthwhile collectibles keep drawing you further into the experience, while the promise of multiple endings will keep you coming back for more. And though combat feels like it could use a little more tightening up, it's certainly a unique system that fits well with the underwater setting. If you're at all a fan of Metroidvanias, we'd encourage you to pick this one up; it's not an absolute must-play, but it is an attractive, challenging, and thoroughly enjoyable undersea romp.

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Pronty is a fun underwater metroidvania, with a sprawling map sprinkled with fun yet unforgiving bosses and a unique combat system. Its story is simple, but has a clear environmental message that resonates without being laid on too thick.

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Pronty strives for Metroid’s depth but ends up a shallow dip in contaminated waters.

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With its unique underwater style and combat, this Metroidvania-esque adventure has its own feel

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Pronty is a fairly typical Metroidvania game in most regards, drawing heavily from some of the genre’s big hitters and then mixing in some of its own unique elements. The result isn’t watered-down, it’s stronger for it. The underwater setting is beautiful and Pronty is a joy to control, especially in combat and against the fun bosses. If the Metroidvania genre hasn’t won you over I doubt Pronty will change your mind, but if you love getting lost in a big map and stumbling across an upgrade that opens up new doors, Pronty is fantastically designed and a lot of fishy fun.

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This is one of the most accessible Metroidvanias to embark on. Pronty’s underwater excavation in a city, crawling with well-designed bosses is one for both newcomers and seasoned players of the genre. Combat is lacklustre and it doesn’t reinvent in any game-changing capacity, but it sure is a world worth diving deep in.

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Personally, I might revisit Pronty at some point in the future, but it simply won’t bubble to the front of 2023 as the forerunner for what game I would want to play. It’s classy, it’s structurally sound, but I feel like I’ve been down this road several times and it doesn’t have anything that sticks out as a “one more time” moment. Perhaps others will enjoy their voyage under the sea, but I had to surface, pronto.

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Pronty's journey parades with great vigor on the Switch, even if eventually some of its gameplay traits diverge from the overall pace of the work. Faced with an intriguing story and a beautiful artistic direction, this metroidvania projects great wonders directly from the bottom of the sea, a place that often populates our imagination with its mysteries, and which now gains a new narrative that is full of charm.

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