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I started Last Stitch Goodnight unimpressed with its attempts at humour but after four and a half hours of basic yet varied combat, unique boss battles and intriguing story, I finished with a much more positive outlook.
The concepts patched together in the narrative, the multitudes of cool monster designs, and the unique boss fights make Last Stitch Goodnight worthy of a jolt of electricity to the slab that is the PS4.
The cartoony graphics are very minimalist, and the character and facial animations are similar to what you'd see in a cartoon. I found the characters to be full of personality, despite it being a 2D game. Last Stitch Goodnight is a fun game on PS4 where combat is a bit easy but the puzzles make it worth your time and money. Sure, it's not the best game on PS4, but it's a nice option to have available!
Having opened up this review with a clear split between good and bad indie games, it is perhaps inevitable that The Last Stitch Goodnight sits squarely between these two extremes.