Bear With Me: The Lost Robots Reviews
Bear With Me: The Lost Robots tells a straightforward story adjacent to the original game.
This latest episode is very fun to play, especially now that it makes a lot more sense after the first three episodes. Maybe the gameplay is not challenging enough for a point and click adventure, but the engaging story and the way the developers are telling it, gives you enough reasons to try it out.
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Poor voice acting notwithstanding, there's a great story to be found in Bear With Me: The Lost Robots, so I still wouldn't hesitate to recommend playing it, and I will continue to play it to completion after this review. It's not the new Monkey Island, but it's still beary enjoyable and has encouraged me to check out the other games in the series. It's got a few rough edges, but nothing too unbearable. It's definitely worth getting your paws on this one and I'd recommend it bear claws I had an ursome experience playing it. One fur the wishlist of anybody who wants a good point-and-click to paws the time.
undefined.Bear With Me: The Complete Collection is stuffed with the kind of character and world building you could hope for between the morose plush protagonist, the well crafted characters, and the mystery you work to unfold through its chapters. If you can push through slow early moments, inconsistent writing, and some muted vocal delivery, there's a lot to uncover and enjoy even if it won't always have you in stitches.
Since there's an abundance of classic point-and-click adventure available on the Switch, much of it also featuring humorous characters and situations, the overall bar you need to clear to make your mark is a high one...