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Lucid Dreams Studio
Apr 5, 2024 - PC

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Critic Reviews for BIOMORPH

Biomorph is an inventive Metroidvania packed full of monster morphing, secrets, and some seriously helpful map ideas that'll help you find everything.

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Lucid Dreams Studio's Biomorph is a solid Metroidvania that should definitely scratch the itch for any fan craving more from the genre, and with a neat Kirby gimmick to boot. Its strong platforming and level design elevate Biomorph's otherwise straightforward approach to the genre, while its main issues mostly come from a desire to see the game do more with its concepts. Despite some lacking elements that do take away from the overall experience, there is nothing here that stops Biomorph from being an easy recommendation in a genre already filled with great releases.

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As a whole, BIOMORPH doesn’t live up to the unique promise of its killer creature designs.

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Biomorph brings a faster paced, science fiction aesthetic to the Soulsvania formula. It offers fun gameplay and an interesting piecemeal narrative despite a few mechanical rough edges.

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In BIOMORPH, you must use your skills to explore a vast, varied world. Solve puzzles and platforming challenges, fight deadly monsters and take their shapes to use their powers. But beware – every conquered creature can come back with new and even more threatening powers. You will level-up your character, Harlo, as you fight through the vast areas around the city, collecting new abilities, mementos and blueprints. The journey will reveal surprising and alarming truths about our hero’s own origins. Steam version reviewed. Despite good visuals and a strong start, Biomorph eventually neglects its most interesting mechanic and becomes tedious. In the end, despite its best efforts, it ends up being just an average attempt at an already crowded genre.

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