Sundered: Eldritch Edition
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Critic Reviews for Sundered: Eldritch Edition
Sundered comes to Switch and Xbox One with the Eldritch Edition, a revision of the game that doesn't include lots of changes but it does some fine additions like local co-op. If you liked Sundered back in 2017, this is a good excuse to come back to it in a brand new platform!
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Sundered is a game that is able to constantly give players that “one more time” feeling by providing multiple ways to overcome its many hurdles.
While Sundered: Eldritch Edition is not without its faults here, the new additions thanks to the Eldritch Edition are welcome.
On an eShop that seems to become more rife with Metroidvanias by the day, Sundered seems to fall somewhere in the middle to front of the pack. Though the repetitiveness means it doesn't hit the same kind of highs that Dead Cells or Hollow Knight reach, Sundered still manages to offer a delightfully creepy, challenging, and content-rich experience that genre fans are sure to enjoy. If you're not a fan of procedural generation, stay well away from this one; otherwise, we'd encourage you to give it a shot.
A solid game, with a great art direction, but technically it's not what we expected.
Review in Italian | Read full review
With the emphasis on choice, Sundered give you the opportunity to unlock multiple endings by pursuing the paths of full rejection to full embrace of the darkness. With the extensive map sizes, fast action pace, and high difficulty, Sundered is sure to keep you exploring and fighting for your survival for 10+ hours per play through. It is a satisfying Metroidvania title to close out a year of stellar offerings within the genre.
Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a great platformer packed with plenty of action and adventure. With its beautiful graphics and smooth controls, this is a game you don't want to miss out on.
Sundered: Eldritch Edition was a delight to play. Aside from a rocky start and combat sometimes being dull, both the combat and Sundered itself gets better the more you play.