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Life Goes On: Done to Death

Infinite Monkeys
May 17, 2016 - PlayStation 4, PC, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

65%

Critics Recommend

COGconnected
79 / 100
Digital Chumps
7.8 / 10
Hardcore Gamer
4 / 5
Impulsegamer
4 / 5
Cubed3
7 / 10
PS4Blog.net
9 / 10
Cubed3
7 / 10
PS3Blog.net
92%
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Critic Reviews for Life Goes On: Done to Death

There are many different ways to kill the knights, including impaling them on spikes, electrocuting them, running them into saw blades, shooting them out of canons, and freezing them to death.

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Infinite Monkeys has done a fantastic job with this small title. They have wrapped up the complicated and well thought through gameplay with humor and simplicity. They have certainly made a unique flower in the typically weed-driven world of puzzle games.

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Life Goes On: Done to Death is a lighthearted and humorous take on a selfish tyrant of a king sending his loyal soldiers blindly and obediently into an early grave for his own personal gain.

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Fiendishly difficult at times, Life Goes On – Done to Death will no doubt infuriate gamers who aren’t the biggest fan of the puzzle/platform genre, but for those of us who enjoy having our melons twisted a bit, it’s an accomplished little indie that offers up a tangible challenge that manages to engage the brain cells and thumb dexterity from beginning to end. The difficulty does kind of plateau out by the last world but this is more due to a greater understanding of the mechanics by the player and previously insurmountable obstacles becoming almost trivial.

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Though at times frustrating and stressful, Life Goes On: Done to Death is an equally rewarding experience. The cutesy art style and humorous deaths mislead those who choose to play the game, but at the same time, it also entices them into playing through and figuring out what clicks about it. The deaths may be numerous and quite brutal, yet a strong sense of accomplishment fills the players with joy and relief, once a tricky section has been beaten.

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PS4Blog.net

Tracey
9 / 10
PS4Blog.net

Life Goes On: Done to Death is a highly entertaining game, the graphics are great, the death sounds are mesmerizing – especially if you turn it on and listen to the sounds through your DS4 speaker. I had a ton of fun playing the game for my Life Goes On: Done to Death review, and I can’t wait to read how much you’re enjoying this one on your PS4!

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The irony of this re-release's subtitle is staggering. It's easy to become jaded with the experimental indie scene after seeing so many promising concepts fall flat, but Life Goes On: Done to Death accomplishes the difficult task of being both wonderfully original and fully realised. There's nothing life-changing here, but the healthy mix of personality, accessibility, and challenge makes it pretty much solid from start to finish.

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I’ve had a lot of fun doing this Life Goes On: Done to Death review. The way the game scores you on each level based on three objectives just kept pushing me to retry each level over and over until I got the highest grade for all three objectives. The game is very addictive like that, and since a lot of trial and error is involved in the process of improving at each level, the replay value is very high. I definitely recommend you get Life Goes On: Done to Death on PS4. You won’t be disappointed!

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