Sanabi is a wonderful action platformer with great grappling gameplay, but the pacing struggles thanks to the lengthy story sections.
Sanabi is a secret masterpiece. I don't know why it's a secret, but it is. It's a platforming clinic, with extremely tight controls, and the story hit me in the center of my heart. You'll probably play it one more time to speed run it, but I wont. Some games are better left one and done. This is one of those games. Unbelievable.
Sanabi is a stylish grappling hook platformer, but its cumbersome story and interrupting pace risks sacrificing the parts of the game that work.
A unique title depicting cyberpunk in a Korean style. Utilizing chain arms for wire action, which is not easily found in other 2D platformer games, and featuring a touching story that concludes in a single episode make it stand out. However, it's somewhat disappointing that the combat becomes more monotonous as the game progresses.
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Mixing together pretty well-implemented traversal, slinging yourself around, a gripping story, and decent but repetitive combat