Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found

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Oct 5, 2016

All in all Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found works because the game tickles our minds based on a time when our imaginations were their most fertile: childhood. I know my toys often waged large-scale war with one another all over the living room and this game captures that in its level and character design as well as the central narrative revolving around a young boy and his nightmares.

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7.4 / 10.0
Feb 16, 2017

A metroidvania set in a toy world whats not to like?

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6 / 10.0
Oct 20, 2016

If you’re the type of person who loves completely unreasonable difficulty, then you’ll want to give Toy Odyssey some money. Otherwise? Maybe find some other toys to play with.

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7 / 10.0
Sep 28, 2016

To its credit, Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found gives the player a ton of different things to do and the sends of progression, steadily scaling difficulty and procedurally generated levels give the game incredible amounts of replay value. Toy Odyssey is not a perfect game, but the good does outweigh the bad overall.

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80 / 100
Oct 29, 2016

Mix together 300+ unique enemies with seven bosses, base defense mechanics, a great story, and plenty of weapons and gear available to defend yourself, and there is a formula for success. Some graphical issues and long build times hold Toy Odyssey back from being even better.

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