One Eyed Kutkh
One Eye Kutkh is a beautiful audio-visual tale ideal for the youngest of home. A very nice game but also excessively short.
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Final Thoughts While the game's description promised something that looked like an epic adventure, One Eyed Kutkh fell flat. From the “on rails” aspect of the game to the actions with no consequence, it just wasn't enough for me. But still, if you're on the hunt for some quick and easy trophies, this is one to get.
It's definitely a game that you will enjoy playing with your kids as they get to learn the basics of how a point and click adventure game works.
One Eyed Kutkh is an interesting idea. Gorgeous and imaginative in its design but severely lacking in its execution. It leaves gamers wishing there was more to this game so more time can be spent in its world. Unfortunately, unless you're looking for something simple to keep you occupied for a couple minutes, One Eyed Kutkh falls short.
One Eyed Kutkh is incredibly short and an experience worth forgetting.
Sadly, One Eyed Kutkh isn’t very good.
The game is relatively a shorter game and for the money it costs in comparison to others in the same price range might not seem worth it. I would recommend waiting on a sale for this title in either the NA or EU PlayStation stores. I’m sure this is a game that will frequent the sale pages for a while. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad game by any means at all. It is exactly what the developer says it is and it does a good job at being inviting to players of all ages. However, with the very short length of the game the pricing just seems too high for it.
If you have small kids or refuse to grow up, then I think you’re going to love this little game with the cuddly one eyed space monster.