Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold Reviews
Snack World: Dungeon Explorers is a game made with undoubted craft, full of humor and ready to pinch the strings of the collector hidden in each of us. The simple but not trivial action and the large number of secondary missions are, however, tormented by a rhythm that tends to weary in the long run and a lively, but technically only discreet, technical component. Remaining in the culinary sphere, Snake World won't be a chef's bite to eat, but if you're hungry you can tastefully fulfill it.
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Some of these problems fade away in multiplayer, which makes it such a missed opportunity to make that aspect a bigger focus. Snack World isn't a bad game, but it's somewhat misguided in how it wants to present itself. If you can deal with the frustration, you will find that the dungeons themselves can be fairly entertaining.
Underneath the childish, cartoony exterior, Snack World: Dungeon Crawl Gold is a funny, simple but engaging RPG that above all, will make you smile.
Its mediocre ideas result in nothing more than a functionality that spoils solid art. Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl – Gold could have been a unique take on the genre but unfortunately cashes out too early to make any kind of lasting impression.
There's a lot that I wanted to like about Snack World. Lite-dungeon crawling, a deep loot system, colourful visuals, quirky 'meta' humour – all the right ingredients are here for a staple dish in my personal video game cuisine. While it all looked great on the menu, though, what has eventually been plated and served is more like fast food than fine dining. It's still enjoyable, but it hasn't been made with the same love and care and can make you feel a bit uneasy.
Snack World serves up a beautifully presented helping of dungeon crawling, garnished with generous amounts of humour and charm. Its character is also its saving grace, because it helps keep your interest when the actual mechanics start to feel repetitive. Or, to milk the food analogy further: its outer shell is so endearing that you'll still enjoy consuming it even when you can tell it's starting to get a little stale.
As a dungeon crawler, Snack World doesn't stand out between all the other similar (and better) games. But the sense of humor, powered by a magnificent spanish translation and dub, manages to achieve great levels of charm an personality. If you're looking for something simple and fun to be in a good mood... This is it.
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We quickly fell in love with Snack World, but as much as quickly we grew bored of samey dungeons and a very simple combat system. Still, expecially if played in short bursts, this is a fun and hilarious dungeon crawler.
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With this brand new franchise, Level-5 intends to enter the market of rogue-like titles. Alas, despite its cool and colorful universe, we can be quite disappointed by the general game design, massively borrowed from gacha games and its repetitiveness.
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Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl – GOLD will appeal to those gamers looking for something unfamiliar to dive into. It won’t take more than 25-30 hours to complete, but you’ll get more out of this if you want to capture every Snack and complete every side quest. If you’re tired of roaming the Galar region, have explored every inch of Diablo 3 and Yo-Kai Watch is gathering dust then this will cater for some of your adventurous needs. But don’t expect an expansive and enchanting world that you’ll itch to jump back in to. What has the ingredients to be a compelling RPG with roguelike side dishes, unfortunately, boils down to a mediocre cold buffet of half-baked ideas and passable visuals that never fully gets the taste buds tingling.
Where most other Level-5 games are a joy and delight, this one really felt too much like a slog.
Level-5's latest multimedia outing makes a belated western outing in an RPG that's eccentric, exuberant and more than a little clumsy.
Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold is a nice portable Action / RPG with a good humor that is fun to play in co-op and small sessions on the road. Fans of collectibles will enjoy collecting hundreds of unique types of equipment and creatures-partners and fight with powerful bosses, but others may get bored because of the template research of dungeons and the lack of an interesting story.
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What Snackworld: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold lacks in gameplay depth, it makes up for with it's great sense of humour and vibrant style
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.
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.
If you’re desperate for a new dungeon crawling RPG, Snack World could potentially scratch that itch, but you’re better off looking elsewhere.
Stuffed with juicy content but might be too much of a mouthful for some.
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.
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.