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Canteen, Playtonic Friends
Feb 22, 2024 - PC
Slant Magazine
4 / 5
Digital Chumps
7 / 10
BossLevelGamer
9.5 / 10
GameBlast
8 / 10
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7.5 / 10
Rectify Gaming
8.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for CorpoNation: The Sorting Process

Slant Magazine

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Slant Magazine

CorpoNation is about more than just the severity of the discomfort imposed on you.

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Corponation: The Sorting Process is an interesting, albeit well-designed simulation involving simple gameplay and a handful of minigames to break up the monotony of the corporate nonsense lifestyle. While it didn’t peak in terms of pulling on my heartstrings or senses of dread that usually accompany dystopian narratives, it sufficed in keeping me enticed with its gameplay.

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CorpoNation is a lot of fun and has a great dark story to go with it. The gameplay is simple and even has minigames inside to break up the sorting of samples. This title is very enjoyable and a great time sink.

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CorpoNation: The Sorting Process offers an immersive and provocative gaming experience, which confronts us with relevant questions about the sociopolitical and economic system. The intriguing plot and simple but challenging mechanics add up to a reflection on relevant themes about ultra-capitalist society.

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CorpoNation: The Sorting Process is a project that almost suffers for achieving what it sets out to do. It's an excellent satire of corporate life but ends up being a little too true to life with its simulation and the claustrophobic dread of maintaining a work-work balance. I was dissatisfied by the ending and a few technical pain points, but Canteen's debut is well worth applying for regardless. Fans of routine-based games like Papers, Please; Not for Broadcast; and Do Not Feed the Monkeys will be interested in the brilliant satire and increasingly complicated gameplay systems and should get to work immediately. Ringo highly suggests you get to it. :)

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Rectify Gaming

Unknown Author
8.5 / 10.0
Rectify Gaming

Put on your CorpoNation badge and get to work, We highly recommend giving CorpoNation: The Sorting Process a try. Just remember, the company is always watching, and 110% effort is the only acceptable level of performance!

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