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Tchia - Gameplay Trailer | A Game inspired by New Caledonia
Tchia - Reveal Trailer | A Game inspired by New Caledonia
Critic Reviews for Tchia
A glorious spell of island hopping, with some surprisingly nasty moments.
One of the best post-Breath Of The Wild open world adventures, but while the game's heavily influenced by Zelda it ultimately plumps for amiable exploration over more rugged adventure.
Awaceb delivers an inviting open-world that encourages exploration, creativity, and experimentation. The Soul-Jumping mechanic shines above all, providing a unique way to traverse the landscapes and make the most of the tropical playground. Tchia is a welcome getaway with so much to discover.
Tchia drips with joyful, explorative fun. The idea of letting players loose in an interactive sandbox is a goal that has been chased by developers since video games began. Few truly give you the freedom to frolic in a virtual playground, and though Tchia is not without its shortcomings, it’s a rare instance where the temptation to just play in the digital world is rewarding at just about every turn. The tone, the music, and Tchia’s abilities all come together to create something that is simply fun, and it all takes place in a setting that demands to be explored.
Impressive efforts with a few noticeable problems holding them back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash.
Tchia is clearly a labour of love as Awaceb try to bring their culture to the rest of the world and show off what it has to offer. I absolutely love that tone and feel, but the way Tchia is packaged and paced means that it is ultimately feels like less than the sum of its parts.