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Ready, Steady, Ship!

Martynas Cibulis, Untold Tales
Apr 19, 2024 - PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One

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Ready, Steady, Ship! - Launch Trailer (PC, PS4/5, Switch)

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Critic Reviews for Ready, Steady, Ship!

Ready, Steady, Ship! is a fantastic spin on the chaotic cooperative game formula, and gives players a variety of tools and a sometimes head scratching puzzle to use them on. Despite some frustrations, it's definitely worth checking out.

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8 / 10.0

Though I wish you could jump in and out of either campaign, and I think it ramps up the difficulty rather quickly, Ready, Steady, Ship! is a perfectly adorable co-op title with a ton of content to keep you satisfied.

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Overall, Ready, Steady, Ship! is a solid game. The controls were unfriendly at times, but the music was fun to listen to, and the level design was well done.

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My gaming chum and I absolutely adore Ready, Steady, Ship! and we can't wait for even more factory fun so bring on the DLC and sequel, please. It's a genuinely unique co-op experience that's packed with variety; every genre enthusiast simply needs to play it. 📦

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Ready, Steady, Ship! is another example of a game that turns a real-world occupation into something silly but ultimately fun. That is provided you’re playing in co-op. Single-player is not awful, but it highlights some of the game’s niggles, such as floaty controls, wonky physics and the experience feeling more mundane. But throw a controller at another player, and much of this is overlooked since you can just sit back and have fun with the silliness on screen. Add to the star system not being tied to a time limit, and you also have an experience that’s welcoming to those who have found other co-op games a tad stressful. Need another game night for two? Then consider Ready, Steady, Ship! for your next purchase.

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7.5 / 10.0
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Ready, Steady, Ship offers a chaotic take on the world of shipping, with the clever level design keeping the co-op action fresh and fun. The use of conveyor belts ensures it has a unique hook when compared to similar titles, whilst the constant introduction of new mechanics ensures there’s plenty on offer to keep levels interesting as you progress. I don’t think it’s as good as the likes of Overcooked and it’s nowhere near as to fun to play solo, but Ready, Steady, Ship still manages to deliver an amusingly frantic co-op experience that won’t fail to keep you laughing.

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