Sir Eatsalot Reviews

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6 / 10.0
Apr 10, 2018

Funny adventure of fatso Sir Eatsalot who tries to save the kingdom from an evil witch. Sadly, alluring graphics doesn't really make up for gameplay shortcomings. This title is rather aimed at younger audience.

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8 / 10
May 4, 2018

Sir Eatsalot is a fun, colorful and charming puzzle platfomer that will surely appeal to you on PlayStation Vita. There's plenty to do in this game, especially since the game uses every single element of Sony's portable console, including the touchpad on the back as well as the rear-facing camera! So if you're in the mood for some light platforming and puzzle solving, be sure to check out Sir Eatsalot!

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Apr 27, 2018

Sir Eatsalot is a funny and charming colorful puzzle platformer on PlayStation Vita that you should definitely try! The graphics, gameplay mechanics, light puzzles and a full trophy list with a Platinum will keep you playing until the end as you save the kingdom of Gluttington from the evil Hysterica!

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3 / 5.0
Jun 11, 2018

Overall, Sir Eatsalot is an admirable debut effort: a good-looking, funny adventure that’s unfortunately hampered by some key technical and design issues. Nonetheless, the passion that went into every aspect of the game is clear, and I look forward to seeing what Behind The Stone serves up next.

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Jan 23, 2020

When villain Hysterica wants to poison the water with sour lemonade, the King send Sir Eatsalot to save the kingdom. If you are looking for amusing platformer with amusing writing and nice visuals, then help Sir Eatsalot by vanquishing her!

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6 / 10
Apr 16, 2018

A fantastic example of 'feels built specifically for Vita', arguably the first since Severed in 2016.

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5 / 10
Apr 11, 2018

The world and characters are honestly quite enjoyable and the art is the best part of Sir Eatsalot, but the gameplay is too cumbersome, tedious and painful at times. I pointed my Vita at a light source lost in those caves and nearly pointed Sir Eatsalot, much to my disappointment, at my bin instead.

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