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Albert and Otto - The Adventure Begins

Rating Summary

Based on 14 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

55

Top Critic Average

29%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jan 16, 2018
Xbox OneJan 10, 2018
PCOct 28, 2015

Developer: Nikola Kostic

Publisher: KBros Games

Genres: Puzzle, Platformer

Albert & Otto is a game where a boy and his abducted sister's magical bunny embark on a journey to find Anna. They must work together to overcome the murderous beasts and lethal puzzles blocking their way. Although Albert & Otto at first seems like a journey to save the damsel in distress, it is anything but. We soon learn that our hero might be hiding something from us, or rather, himself.

Albert and Otto - The Adventure Begins Reviews

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Albert & Otto is a decent puzzle platformer with some interesting ideas. It's a bit rough around the edges, but hopefully this has set the stage for some refinement if a second episode is ever created. Check out Albert & Otto if you desire a short but intriguing puzzler and can power through some awkward platforming.

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Cut from the same cloth as Limbo, Nikola Kostic's puzzle platformer Albert and Otto exudes a strange, otherwordly charm. It's equally fantastic and frustrating, with the experience hampered by it being not quite as polished as it should be.

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Generación Xbox

J.M. Subirosky
6 / 10.0
Generación Xbox

Albert and Otto adds a new title to the platform genre, with blends of ingenious puzzles. Although they are neither too difficult nor too difficult or inspired, there are moments in which the game rises in difficulty, breaking the slower pace of the rest of the adventure.

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The first episode of Albert & Otto finds difficulty moving between the demanding world of mechanics-focused platformers and atmospheric dives into subtlety and tension. With three episodes left, Albert & Otto has time to find an identity, provided it also hastens its pace with more inventive puzzles and dependable platforming.

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