GRIS

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8 / 10.0
Jan 20, 2019

Despite some underwhelming puzzles and unused potential in its mechanics, GRIS is a charming platformer. It has some of the best art seen in indie games, and its soundtrack is brilliant. GRIS succeeds at creating a mesmerizing, enchanting experience that is sure to pull on your heartstrings. The length of the game is incredibly short and shouldn’t take more than a few hours to complete, but the other great elements of the game more than make up for this. It is a must play for fans of atmospheric titles such as Fe, Aer, Abzû, and Journey. On those quiet, rainy days when you just want to relax, GRIS is a perfect accompaniment.

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Unscored
Jan 15, 2019

Gris dares to do something truly original and gorgeous.

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9 / 10.0
Jan 14, 2019

Gris is a beautiful explosion of color with a touching and emotional journey. Hand-drawn visuals show that it's a title crafted with love. While the story is loose and can leave players feeling a little lost, there are emotional cues that symbolize this as a journey of loss and healing. The excellent soundtrack, level design and commitment to themes make Gris a memorable title for all. With fun, adventurous platforming and puzzles that are both challenging and intuitive, its playstyle keeps things simple by placing player cognition at the forefront. Gris is a true work of indie art that prides itself on attention to details. Fans of works of art and video games will find a relatable home in Gris. Although this is Nomada Studio's first title, it has hit every possible note out of the park.

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9.4 / 10.0
Jan 11, 2019

Gris is a masterpiece that changes your look to your life. Everything in every minute of the game are amazing. Gris is an excellent game which its story, gameplay, graphic and music make you want more and more of it. You must definitely experience Gris even if you are not a gamer!

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A or higher
Jan 11, 2019

GRIS is a moving work of art. If the stunning visuals don't entice you to play, then the messages from the story will. If you haven't played GRIS yet, then do so immediately.

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8.8 / 10.0
Jan 10, 2019

Gris is not really long-running game, you can complete the whole experience in around 4 hours. The game phases are well defined, through the use of colour: from a desaturated start, the player goes through different and intense hue of colours, metaphor of a psychologic journey towards the acceptation of ourselves. Gris will bring us in the deepest abyss of mind, where our fears and the rejection of who we truly are will force us on looking at everything as it was without any life or colour. Where everything is destroyed and hope is what last, but still, you can hear a faint voice and a weak breath.

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7 / 10
Jan 8, 2019

A gorgeous yet ultimately shallow platformer, which tries its best to connect emotionally but disappoints almost as much as it dazzles.

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Digiato
Reza Mirzaei

Top Critic

82 / 100
Jan 4, 2019

Gris is on of the most beautiful games I've ever seen. You could picture yourself as the main protagonist and see the game as it your life. At first, you're weak but this is all in your head. To overcome the problems, you should trust yourself. Maybe even the main villain of the games is just yourself.

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Erik Kain

Top Critic

9.5 / 10.0
Jan 3, 2019

Go play this game, and if you have a chunk of time, play it all at once. Spanish developer Nomada Studio has created something truly special.

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8.5 / 10.0
Dec 31, 2018

GRIS is the most tender and probably the most beautiful game of the year. Clean and minimalistic act of art

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