Heroes Of The Monkey Tavern
Publisher: Monkey Stories
Genres: Action, RPG
The sound effects can be quite eerie such as footsteps that sound authentic, strange and weird noises that make you turn around and find an enemy standing behind you ready to jump your party. The music is very good and does a great job of complementing the action and the exploration. Heroes of the Monkey Tavern is a fun game that can feel a bit frustrating to those new to the genre, but if you give it a bit of time and take things slowly you'll find a very polished but hard dungeon crawler.
Heroes of the Monkey Tavern is a fun homage to old-school first-person dungeon crawlers, with all the bells and whistles you'd expect from a game released for said genre in the 21st century. There's more than enough content to enjoy in this one, so you should check it out on Nintendo Switch if you're a fan of the genre.
It’s tough to tell whether it’s the genre itself, or the execution of this particular game, but it feels like something you’d have been playing on a primitive computer of some ten to fifteen years ago. Each passing floor of the tower looks the same, with only the new enemy models distracting from that monotony. It’s one for the genre enthusiasts, that’s for sure, but your average gamer isn’t going to take a lot from this. Apart from the nightmares caused by running away from monsters along those dim corridors, that is.
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