Table Manners

Echo Chamber Games, Curve Digital
Feb 14, 2020 - PC
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

47

Top Critic Average

36%

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Critic Reviews for Table Manners

Table Manners is disappointing and frustrating at the same time, and feels like a bit of a wasted opportunity to make something fun and different and entertaining

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Table Manners is a dating game with intentionally wonky controls that tests your ability to impress dates with only one hand. It may seem like a butler simulator, but the reasoning behind your actions doesn't ruin the fun. Some people may get annoyed with the game's controls and design, but fans of Surgeon Simulator are sure to love it.

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These date-based dexterity tests offer a sharp commentary on modern romance … but with all its maddening pitfalls

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I really don't think I'm the market for this game, there are no doubt some people out there that can get hours of entertainment out of knocking items on a dining table over time after time… I'm not one of them. If you like slapstick humour and don't mind frustrating controls then this may be up your alley. For me, this is a hard pass!

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GameGrin

Adam Kerr
3 / 10.0
GameGrin

A funny social commentary trapped between frustration and poor game design.

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Go on a date in Table Manners and learn how not to make mistakes on the real one. At least when serving food.

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I’d have liked to have had more fun with Table Manners, but its purposefully-awkward controls ended up being just too awkward to bear. It’s a balancing act, and sadly I feel like developer Echo Chamber Games has missed the mark.

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Dating is hard enough, but Table Manners sets out to show just how ridiculous it can be. Unfortunately, the physics are too futile to be any fun.

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