The World Next Door

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6 / 10.0
Apr 8, 2019

With gorgeous visuals and fun combat, The World Next Door holds plenty of promise, but it never evolves into something satisfying

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6 / 10
Apr 1, 2019

The World Next Door has fairly stereotypical characters, but it delivers some enjoyably frantic puzzle battles in the second half of its campaign.

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50 / 100
May 2, 2019

The World Next Door is an ambitious action-puzzle game with some interesting narrative and RPG elements, but unfortunately wears itself thin trying too much with too little.

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6.5 / 10.0
Apr 15, 2019

This adventure game features amazing character designs and a fun puzzle battle system, but The World Next Door suffers from a lack of content.

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Mar 26, 2019

The World Next Door combines elements of a Puzzle Game, Visual Novel, and an RPG to tell the story of a girl named Jun trapped on the world of Emrys and needing to get home before she dies. Go through four acts with great puzzle-solving combat to discover the way to get Jun home!

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8 / 10.0
Apr 1, 2019

My trip through the The World Next Door might have been short, but it was still worth the journey. I look forward to seeing how Rose City Games expands on it in the future.

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3 / 5.0
May 3, 2019

The World Next Door is not a title that's going to rock anyone's world, but it's a good title that would be worth checking out for someone wanting something a little different.

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7 / 10.0
Mar 27, 2019

A fantastic story and presentation makes The World Next Door worth taking a peek at. I just wish the gameplay could hold up as well as those aspects.

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7 / 10.0
Apr 10, 2019

Although The World Next Door’s puzzles are fun, the real joy of the game is its cast of characters and its dialogue.

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Apr 3, 2019

The World Next Door isn't perfect, but is shows that Viz is - for now, at least - willing to take on a project that's a little different and oddball. Colourful, creative, and generally well designed, it's worth forgiving this particular title its teen B-tier narrative tropes.

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