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Inside My Radio

Iceberg Interactive, Seaven Studio
May 11, 2015 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critic Reviews for Inside My Radio

Inside My Radio's synesthetic experience is hypnotic.

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As it stands now, Inside My Radio is a really novel concept that's fun and great for the majority of its play. I give the game this: It never overstays its welcome. It's too bad that it's so short, though. I was having fun right up until that last boss battle, and I wanted more.

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In conclusion, Inside My Radio is a fairly novel, robust rhythmic platformer that's fun for a few hours; you'll soon be moving on to other things. Worth picking up for a Sunday afternoon blast if you fancy something a tiny bit different.

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Inside My Radio is an often clever, creative and fun platformer/rhythm-action hybrid that perhaps pulls too many of its rabbits out of its hat before the final act. While it suffers for being a bit short, and for not always blending the two genres as well as it could, it does have an incredibly vibrant identity of its very own, and that's something worth praising.

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Inside My Radio offers something unique, in the sense that a music-based platformer is not the most common offer on the Wii U's catalogue among the many platformers already available. However and other than a certain glow derived from its aesthetics, this game isn't a groundbreaking title among its peers and offers little replay value beyond the first hours of gameplay.

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Inside My Radio has some solid mechanics that successfully fuse rhythm and platforming, but a mixed presentation and a criminally short length prevent it from being truly noteworthy.

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As it stands, Inside My Radio may seem a little high priced for its current content, but it's still a fun experience while it lasts.

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Inside My Radio is an excellent example of taking the basic ideas of a genre, distilling them down to their most enjoyable elements, and executing it almost perfectly. While there are some hiccups, the game is still an instant piece of indie game mythology that anyone would be truly remised to skip over. What Seaven Studio comes up with next is sure to be a treat, because if Inside My Radio is any indication of their skills, they will be a juggernaut among their peers.

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