Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold Reviews
Overall, there really is nothing fundamentally wrong here, but with its reliance on deriving humour from treating RPG standards as dated and ripe for mockery, Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold pretty much shoots itself in the foot.
Snack World combines a tongue-in-cheek story with dungeon crawling, a loot system, and roguelike mechanics to make one surprisingly fun package.
All in all Level-5 has created a solid game that will find and keep its fans in the West. The partly short missions are good for short sessions, but you also like to sit at the switch for a longer time to hunt in Snack World. In TV mode, the Grinder was much more fun for us than mobile. This is certainly due to the camera being too rigid. This is our point of criticism for "Numero Uno" and has often caused freaks, because you can't focus your opponents properly. Apart from that, the full-price title is a lot of fun and shines especially in multiplayer with friends. Especially positive is the fact that there were no lags or aborts online. As friends of Amiibo, it's a pity that support has been completely removed. The expensive NFC collectibles are simply not being used enough!
Review in German | Read full review
Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold is a game that anyone can easily pick up and enjoy this fun adventures in random dungeons. Although it is only possible to play on secondary demands, the game is still fun. If you are a fan of games produced by LEVEL 5 then this game deserves a place in your collection!
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
For switch owners who only want to do a short quest here and there, Snack World: The Treasure Hunt Gold is definitely the right choice. The short quests can be completed quickly on the bus or on the way to work. But they are not really captivating and even reminded me of one or the other mobile game, which can be played quite nicely for a few minutes every day, but doesn't offer any depth. The level 5 studios have left a lot of potential behind and offer a maximum of average fare, which can hardly motivate in the long run. After all: The online mode is mostly stable and players who want to play the same quest can be found enough at the moment. Nevertheless there is a lack of content, especially in the endgame. To bridge short distances, Snackworld: The Treasure Hunt Gold is ideal - for the home screen, however, it is unfortunately a rather boring waste of time.
Review in German | Read full review
Elias gets a taste of some gathering and questing comfort food, but is Snack World meaty enough elsewhere to an experience to be worth savoring?
Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold is a good entry to the RPG genre, but it may be to simple for some experienced players.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Snack World starts off as a charming RPG, but tedium quickly sets in.
Unless you are a die-hard dungeon crawler, I don’t see this game holding your interest.
Snack World: esploratori di dungeon – Gold is a dungeon crawler that focuses on immediacy and action, presenting itself in an unprecedented Western edition with its load of explosive humor..
Review in Italian | Read full review
Snack World works as a tasty, but not entirely satisfying, appetizer, with too much filler and some strange balancing choices.
It’s brash, it’s messy at times, and it’s not exactly a good-looking game, but I can’t help but like Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl – Gold. Its silliness is endearing, its larger-than-life characters will make you chortle despite yourself, and even if you’re not an immature child, come on – it’s hard not to laugh at a negative status effect that makes your character constantly fart.
There are tons of dungeon crawlers out there, but Snack World is a complete and utter blast that makes it hard to stop playing whether solo or online.
Good way how to loot dungeons with courage and irony.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl Gold falls short in most areas with it's dull, monotonous gameplay. Repetitive missions and gameplay lead to this one wearing out it's welcome after a few short hours, despite having lots of content.
As a fun, dungeon crawling, loot collecting action-RPG, Snack World is pretty good. It’s not as deep or engaging as Diablo and it definitely doesn’t look as good as Darksiders Genesis, but it has its own charms.
Stuffed with juicy content but might be too much of a mouthful for some.
If you’re desperate for a new dungeon crawling RPG, Snack World could potentially scratch that itch, but you’re better off looking elsewhere.
If you ignore the presentation, there’s something in here for dungeon crawl fanatics, but you’re better off going with something like Darksiders Genesis for a far more enjoyable experience.
Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl — Gold proves to be a fun and entertaining adventure with plenty of care put into the writing and gameplay. I would strongly recommend this title to any RPG fans as it provides something a little different to the usual range of “too serious” RPG stories and has no issue with poking fun at the tropes often seen in other franchises.