Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion
High seas RPG Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion brings some of the joy of the TV show to a kind-of open world RPG. It's a good game for beginners, and we get a small taste of how great exploring the show's world and quirky characters could be. but the lack of challenge and options will probably bore veterans. The sad thing is that Adventure Time is a special show because its humor appeals to fans both young and old, but this game seems made exclusively for the former.
Combat is a highlight and I laughed at some solid jokes, but exploring Ooo is a disappointment. The game is also plagued by technical problems
Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion might be appealing to a younger audience that wants an RPG without too many advance systems to over-complicate things, but if you're looking for a deep role-playing game set within the land of Ooo, you'll be sorely disappointed. On top of that, all of the performance issues with the Switch version make it incredibly difficult to recommend.
All in all, Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion is merely okay.
The Adventure of Pirates of the Enchiridion is not the best when compared to the rest of the games, but it is a simple and beautiful game with bright colors and nice comedy. You can resort to it when you feel bored, and of course I do not recommend buying it before you get a discount because it does not deserve 40$.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
A good platform-rpg, difficulty need some balancement. Perfect for the fans of the series.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Whilst not the most challenging of games, it still offers fans of the show a chance to enjoy it in a different light. Gameplay can become laborious, though, and the world is more vacant than it should be.
Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion is one of those games where ignorance of the original source will deprive you of an understanding of a lot of special jokes and joy from a funny plot. Part of the gameplay with a grind of gold and resources, along with some technical problems, is a little annoying, as well as a crumpled narrative with primitive side tasks. At the same time, stylized graphics, turn-based combat mode and a set of abilities leave a generally pleasant impression.
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Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion is an enjoyable sail along the high seas that is ultimately hampered by being rough around the edges. The battle system and story are an enjoyable experience, but absurdly long load times, frame rate stuttering, a clunky menu system, and a poorly developed upgrade system hamper the experience. It's still an entertaining experience, and fans of the show will likely love it, but those looking for an incredible RPG experience here might be left a little disappointed in its squandered potential.
Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion is a great introduction to turn-based combat for those who need such a thing.