Even the Ocean
Ultimately, Even The Ocean becomes a story about the cycles of history, and the way that our inaction often brings upon failure. Many games would treat this cynically, ruminating on the futility of human effort, but Even The Ocean presents this cycle as an opportunity to pass on our stories with the hope that they'll allow future generations to learn from, and correct, our mistakes.
Even the Ocean is a combination between a visual novel and platformer that tells a compelling story, while doing justice to both genres.
By tying the story’s underlying themes to its gameplay, Even the Ocean feels cohesive in a way that few games do.
Overall, I enjoyed my time with Even the Ocean. I liked the flow and feel of the puzzle platform segments but sometimes the heavy emphasis on story slowed things down too much for me. If you are looking for a casual puzzle platformer with a deep story you most certainly should check out Even the Ocean.
Even The Ocean is one of those titles you’ll either love or hate. It’s more of an experience than a game at times and that could be its detriment to some