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Noname Studios, Coatsink, Thunderful
Nov 20, 2023 - PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

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IGN Spain
9 / 10
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8.5 / 10
The Games Machine
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Nintendo Life
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Critic Reviews for Worldless

An inspired new take on the 2D Metroidvania concept, whose challenging combat and rewarding exploration is accompanied by some stunning audio and visual design.

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In a year as saturated with great games as 2023, Worldless is presented as one of its latest surprises, a metroidvania that manages to conquer with its original combat system and a minimalist aesthetic that works like a charm. Without a doubt, a great presentation job for Noname Studios.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Worldless is a fun and challenging action platformer that has a great minimalist style, and a battle system that is fun to master. However, there are bits that need tightening up to make it truly great.

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Worldless seamlessly combines turn-based and real-time combat to create a challenging and very satisfying experience. A mix of genres where, although there is a star ingredient, everything feels really good.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Worldless is a beautiful game that blends the joy of exploring a Metroidvania with seriously compelling timing-based combat.

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Worldless is an excellent, intelligent and well-packaged video game, capable of both offering brilliant platforming phases and representing an extremely focused and addictive Metroidvania. Supported by a story to be discovered, it is a video game that focuses both on the visual impact and on its combat system, managing in an enveloping way to be incredibly in focus in both lights. That's a lot, a lot of stuff for a team on its first video game that arrives in such an aggressive and fierce market.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Worldless attempts to differentiate itself from its peers by adding satisfying turn-based combat to the usual Metroidvania loop. It largely succeeds, helped by an intoxicating art style and varied puzzle mechanics. Some difficulty spikes interrupt the flow and knock the dreamlike exploration off balance, but you'll feel compelled to overcome them.

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Though its turn-based combat may end up doing most of the heavy-lifting, that Noname Studios have cleverly crafted something that's both fleshed out and as appealing as it is, means Worldless still winds up a delightful studio debut.

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