Lovely Planet Arcade

tinyBuild, QUICKTEQUILA
Jul 22, 2016 - PC
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

73

Top Critic Average

40%

Critics Recommend

PC Gamer
84 / 100
GamingTrend
80 / 100
Cubed3
6 / 10
GameGrin
5 / 10
GameSpew
9 / 10
Saving Content
3 / 5
giant.moe
3 / 5
Bit Cultures
66%
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Critic Reviews for Lovely Planet Arcade

Lovely Planet Arcade is a fast, challenging deconstruction of old school FPS design that can be frustrating, but makes up for it with heaps of charm.

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A deceptively difficult shooter, Lovely Planet Arcade mixes adorable graphics with addictive action and a great soundtrack.

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Was it what you guessed it would be? Fans of puzzle games and first-person shooters alike will probably find a lot to love in Lovely Planet Arcade, but much of the game is spent feeling stupid for something you wouldn't have known anyway. While the simple graphics are charming, and the music leaves a lot to be desired, Lovely Planet Arcade will either feel like a challenging mentor, or a schoolyard bully, depending on how you as a gamer play.

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GameGrin

TheSphericalCat
5 / 10.0
GameGrin

Verdict: A sequel only by sight, Lovely Planet Arcade is too frustrating to be enjoyable despite its pedigree.

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In some ways, Lovely Planet Arcade is more of a puzzle game than an action shooter, in the strictest sense

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Lovely Planet Arcade is a game that proves it can be a first-person shooter worth playing without ever having to resort to showing you gore or anything grotesque, and still be enjoyable.

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I'm glad that the developer of Lovely Planet Arcade chose to make significant changes for the sequel, but I'm not convinced that these changes were successful. Arcade doesn't scratch the same itches that the first game did, nor does the new gameplay come together in a satisfying way. It's certainly not a bad game, but it lacks the joyous free-form nature of the original game. I'd strongly recommend that newcomers to the series start with Lovely Planet, and only move onto Arcade if searching for a different type of challenge in the same style.

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The highlight of Lovely Planet Arcade is the fast paced combat combined with the puzzles of the levels. It gives the game a surprising challenge to it and makes it really satisfying to combine your reflexes and intellect to blast through a stage as fast as you can.

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