Summary: Indivisible moves its Skullgirls-like art into an RPG/metroidvania mash-up that pleases most players, even if it doesn't floor them. Some polish is lacking and people are lukewarm on the story, but critics still tended to enjoy it for the good it does with combat and exploration.
This turn-based combat system is unlike those you're maybe used to.
Active and Inventive Traversal
Metroidvania elements keep players returning to uncover more.
Lacks Some Polish
This long-delayed game could've used even more time.
Top Critic Average
Indivisible's inventive battle system brings the thrill of a fighting game to a JRPG-like party system but its platforming sections aren't as magical.
Indivisible manages to merge 2D platforming, thrilling combat, and a thought-provoking story resulting in one of the most wildly creative RPGs of the year.
An agreeably peculiar mix of role-playing game and Metroidvania but whose best feature is its charming visuals and one of the most endearing cast of characters seen in a long time.
When Indivisible is good, it reminds me of some of my favorite games. But it hits those heights only rarely, and is usually pulled down by tedium, repetition, and other issues.
The sights and sounds of Indivisible, and its blend of action-RPG and 2D platforming, win your heart, though its pivotal moments let you down.
Indivisible's unique blend of platforming and action-heavy monster fights will take some getting used to, but everything feels good once it clicks into place. Indivisible has some problems with its camera and map, but you'll be too busy marveling at its wonderful graphics to feel much of a sting.
Apart from its nuanced storytelling, Indivisible is a brilliant vertical slice of a more fully featured game that doesn’t exist. Almost all of its ideas seem like prototypes stuck in their early phases that are waiting to be fleshed out.
Indivisible is rich with character, personality and passion. But is hindered by technical problems, vacant maps, and pacing issues, which hold back its true potential. With a little tweaking, some of this could be reversed, allowing Lab Zero's delightful cast, deep combat, and dramatic storyline to shine through.
Although it's lacking the day one patch, Indivisible is as enjoyable on the Nintendo Switch as on the rest of the platforms. With a unique style and mix of genres, it can be considered one of those games that you either love or hate, but it's so refreshing that deserves a chance.
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