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Neverout takes a simple premise and packs it into a small package. With just a few hours of playtime, it doesn't outstay its welcome, but there's not much variation to the puzzles and it could have done with a story. Puzzle fiends should definitely take a look, especially if they own a VR headset.
Simple but fun puzle game that only tries to do well that disregarding many other areas of the game as sound or narrative.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
As the Nintendo Switch has no virtual reality capabilities, this means Neverout cannot fully live up to its expectations. Despite its interesting challenges and its good difficulty curve, Neverout feels like it's not at its true level.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Neverout is an interesting VR title turned into a Nintendo Switch experience that seems to be better suited to handle it. It's fun, it's challenging, and it can be a bit frustrating now and then, but it's still worth checking out, especially at the price point.
Neverout it's a very basic puzzle game, too much. The basic idea is appreciable, but there are no great ideas and the variety is reduced to the bone.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Even if its best experienced using a VR headset as it was originally intended, Neverout on Switch is at most worth a quick look for it concept and intriguing puzzles.
A fun puzzle to have on the go, to pick up and play a couple of levels while waiting on the bus. Just like physical cube puzzles, have a fun time challenging yourself, but don't expect a story to keep you invested. Recommended for puzzle fans!
This easy and accessible first person puzzler has its flaws.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Despite the lack of a story it’s still hard to not recommend it. It’s a more immersive experience if you play it in PlayStation VR but if you don’t own one it’s worth playing on the TV as well. If you’ve got a few dollars and are in the mood for something new to test your brain with give Neverout a shot.
Neverout has very good idea of its puzzles, but the implementation of movement and the camera system ruined the experience. You will probably get Dizzy or motion sickness after playing the game –even in non-VR mode. I hadn't got motion sick even after hours of playing FPS games, but I got Dizzy after playing less than one hour in non-VR mode and I forced into playing it in small time intervals. In the end i must say that Neverout is a game with very good puzzles that also has various problems.
Review in Persian | Read full review