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Critic Reviews for Adore
I enjoyed Adore for the things that it did differently with its creature collecting and real-time combat, I could have done without the roguelike systems. But even with that going against it I still had a great time playing Adore, collecting creatures, theory crafting for that perfect team and the combat system still has its hooks in me, despite the overused roguelike system.
In short, "ADORE" offers a satisfying gameplay experience in terms of duration, providing both a well-structured main story and additional opportunities to explore and improve our skills. Without a doubt a title that will leave a lasting mark on the gaming community, whether for better or for worse, becoming a clear example of the talent and creativity that can arise from Brazilian studios in the video game industry.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
It may be a little uneven, but Adore nonetheless stands out from the pack as an innovative new entry in the monster-catching RPG subgenre. The fast-paced combat, detailed team customization, and high level of replayability all make this one easy to recommend, though we say this with the qualifier that performance could be better and the gameplay loop can get pretty grindy. All the same, we'd give this one a recommendation to anyone looking for an interesting new monster catcher - it's a welcome addition to the genre and we hope to see its ideas further explored in future games.
Adore makes the mix between capturing creatures and exploring dungeons an exciting and charismatic adventure. The repetitiveness can get tiring and the level design is quite simple, but with well-built monsters and a nice team customization system, the game can surprise and entertain.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Adore is a nice take on both creature-based combat and MOBA-style gameplay. It does properly execute the ideas well. But, some little nitpicks we had, such as the visual clutter and slow narrative, can be tricky to get through. Besides that, the idea and process of it becoming a proper title with nice addition is a nice thing to see.