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InnerSpace definitely sticks the landing in creating a strange and stylish set of captivating worlds that are intriguing to explore. However, the flight controls and puzzles don't come close enough to those same high points.
InnerSpace manages to craft a bright, bizarre and beautiful world that is probably the best example of the phrase “eye candy” I can think of. Unfortunately, the act of exploring and navigating that serene, majestic world often times felt like a headache. The poor frame rate on Switch and no clear horizons made flying and swimming in InnerSpace far less enjoyable than the idea of those actions ever was.
Despite its lack of ambition, InnerSpace fulfills what it promises: a calm exploration title with much more underlying narrative than the average of its genre.
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Good atmosphere between music and sillence. A brief dream about flying and diving.
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InnerSpace is a visually stunning game that ultimately fails to connect. It wants the player to explore and uncover its secrets, but places them in an environment that is deliberately confusing to the point of frustration.
This game unfortunately doesn't quite reach the heights of the peers that provide its inspiration, although some will be happy just to find a title that allows them to experience it at their own pace.
relies entirely on its beautiful art style and effortless exploration to tell the story, and in this it succeeds.
InnerSpace feels like it rewards players more as a relaxation tool than as a game that grows and evolves through core progress. Indeed, its story is stimulating, the gameplay itself is serviceable, and the presentation is mesmerising, but it just feels a little too lacking as a full package. InnerSpace is worth a look if you find yourself intrigued, but be prepared for an experience that doesn't quite feel fully realised.
Wonderfully inventive, InnerSpace is a very interesting game. Although it is regrettably missing something to keep the players coming back, it is a lovely, gentle, and relaxing game.
InnerSpace features overall interesting aesthetics and the variety of the vehicles presented is certainly something to keep in mind. Where it doesn't stand out, though, is on its lack of guidance, which can cause some frustrating moments for the players and more variety when it comes to the puzzles would be very much appreciated. As it is, InnerSpace leaves the feeling that its execution is below expected.
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