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Party Hard

tinyBuild, Pinokl Games
Aug 25, 2015 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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IGN Spain
7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Party Hard

Your entertainment will come from planning deadly attacks in outlandish scenarios and environments. There's enjoyment to be had with Party Hard's dozen or so levels, despite the game's lack of imagination in its later stages.

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Party Hard is good clean fun, but that fun tends to devolve into waiting and tedium towards the end of any level. The core gameplay is an idea that can be expanded upon though, and the developer is already adding new content to the game to resolve the issue.

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It's not quite a lost weekend, and it's barely an all-nighter, but Party Hard manages to do its thing before the parents get home.

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Interesting and fun, this is a great way to enjoy the management of parties. Technically is very simple, but it really works.

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There are some things to like about Party Hard, but overall, the game feels like a half-baked experience that doesn't evolve beyond its basic premise.

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While it may not have the most captivating of storylines, the game itself is fun and addictive. It's a great way to kill some time – no pun intended – and may leave you muttering things under your breath that make others question your sanity. Plus, you can count on new content being added in the future, which will increase the game's replayability and won't cost you a cent.

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The overall presentation is well done too. It has the trappings of a fun, ridiculous game, but in the end, the game play is far too difficult and far too unforgiving for most people.

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Loading up the game for the soundtrack alone is worth it, and I won't deny that I quickly went online to find each of the tracks. Below the surface there isn't too much else to see with this title, so you will be done with it relatively quickly. Nonetheless, if going on a killing rampage while dancing the night away sounds like your kind of night out then it may be worth checking out.

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