The elements that build the game, its concept, its control, its artistic style, and even its script, are between the acceptable and the outstanding, and nevertheless the game sometimes fails in a noisy way at the basic point of any game: to entertain the gamers.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The real shame is that is not enough to really make InnerSpace fun to play. At best it feels like a chore and at worst you'll want to snap your Switch in half. If you can grasp the flight controls and are looking for a nonlinear story games then InnerSpace is available now on the Nintendo Switch.
In case you couldn't tell, InnerSpace is a game that you should be playing. The well-realized worlds, exceptional aesthetic and compelling exploration mechanics complement each other tremendously well. If you can get past the occasional bout of unnecessary complex exposition, the evolution of each environment tells a compelling enough story to keep you enthralled from start to finish. Drop everything and check out what deserves to be one of the sleeper hits of 2018.
InnerSpace wears its inspirations on its sleeve, and manages to replicate the tranquil atmosphere it's clearly aiming for. Its flight is enjoyable, with breath-taking views and colourful planets to poke around in. But it's progression and overall narrative really buckle under the weight, making the crumbling Inverse a wasted space for this otherwise relaxing exploration title.
InnerSpace is a really intriguing title that we wish we didn't want to ever put down; the game's worlds give such a strong sense of amazement that you will want to spend every second flying through them. Unfortunately, you'll likely be left too frustrated by the sometimes near-impossible-to-find story progression tasks to keep going. We really want to love this game, and we very nearly did, but we just can't quite manage it.
It's no thrill ride, but a thoughtful, mysterious adventure with moments of real wonder. If you're in the mood for something different, give it a go.
Innerspace has all of the things I like in a game. It has an evocative plot, some well-executed flying and diving mechanics, and some tricky puzzles that genuinely require paying attention to the game world around you. All of this is, sadly, perched on top of a visual mode that made the game literally unplayable for me. A glorious few hours was all I could manage, but maybe you have the fortitude of eye and body to make it through the entire experience. I wish that I could.
Can indie games lose their novelty feel? InnerSpace shows they can. It's a good, but certainly not original game.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Innerspace is certainly not a game for everyone: the lack of a map or anything of the sort makes it easy to get lost in the game, not knowing where to go or what to do. Some people might find that fascinating, while the majority of players will probably utterly despise it. Homewever, for those who dare, Innerspace has one of the most beautiful worlds we've ever seen to explore.
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