Help Will Come Tomorrow Reviews
Help Will Come Tomorrow may as well be called ‘Enjoyment Has Come Today’. Not only did I find myself playing it constantly, but I also found, dare I say, an addiction to it? It has a lot to offer the survival genre, engrossing character stories with a strong narrative, and a challenging difficulty that’ll give a great sense of progression. Whether you’re a fan of this genre or not, Help Will Come Tomorrow is sure to convert you (if not) and keep you captivated by the Siberian tundra.
Help Will Come Tomorrow is a solid survival game, but it's too simple. This doesn't mean it's easy, on the contrary; it can even be unfair at times. However, it is a well-written game, and its peculiar setting makes it a worthwhile rarity.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Help Will Come Tomorrow is a video game instead of a survival experience, which is fine provided that players aren't looking for anything deeper than something to kill a bit of time.
Help Will Come Tomorrow is a good survival game, that could have been more than this with a better focus on the 1917's Revolution.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Its setting may convince some into a purchase, but for those after a new take on the genre, this experience fails to satisfy.
In Help Will Come Tomorrow the basic concepts of survival are straightforward enough: camp, heat, water, but the greater challenge will be dealing with prejudice and class conflicts between the game’s characters. The game suffers from not explaining some of the actions well enough to the player, and of course the small writing that I’ve already mentioned doesn’t help in that area. Long load times as the game starts up are also a problem when your waiting to get into the gameplay. Be prepared to have all your camp survivors die, as it’s not an easy game. I’m even wondering if it’s possible to survive, as I’ve never managed to get the camp to survive until help comes. If you’re new to the genre I would look elsewhere for a easier game to start with.