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As the sum of its parts, Moving Out is a fun couch co-op game that will certainly bring you a good dose of fun. The game can feel a bit too formulaic at times. While the tone and presentation are quirky and fun, the title doesn't necessarily strive to be its own thing, which is fine. What does sour the experience a little is that it can occasionally feel too random or tricky to control, and that can turn a fun session into a frustrating ordeal. If you're all out of co-op fodder, Moving Out is a solid and fun couch co-op experience that will satisfy anyone looking for a new way to test the strength of their bonds with friends and family.
Enjoyably tense and frequently hysterical, Moving Out is a must play for fans of same-screen multiplayer games.
There's plenty of multiplayer fun in this game of benign wrecking balls.
The best game about moving out there's ever been but, more importantly, a fun four-player co-op game that's perfect for causing family arguments everyone can enjoy.
Moving Out is a fun and chaotic co-op experience. While some levels will leave you in a fit of rage, others will have you in fits of laughter.
Moving Out is clearly inspired by Overcooked's chaotic co-op, but its inconsistent controls add a layer of aggravation likely to test friendships, marriages, and parent-child relationships
Moving Out is mostly a seamless move, even considering these bumps in the road, because of its cooperative gameplay.
Moving Out is less strategically satisfying than I would've liked, but it's worth considering if you want something new to play along the lines of Overcooked, Tools Up, and Good Job. It deserves a spot on that co-op shortlist. At the same time, I hope we get DLC that adds more bespoke puzzle scenarios.
Moving Out performs a seemingly impossible balancing act. It's both a challenging couch co-op physics puzzler, and yet it's completely accessible to everyone sat on that couch, regardless of their video game experience. Moving Out is fun, it's frivolous, it's joyful and it will have you laughing from beginning to end. Who could ask for more?
An accessible and fun local multiplayer experience, excellent if your'e looking for something to play with a younger brother. If you're looking for a more layered gameplay, though, better stick to Overcooked.
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