Pong Quest

Atari, Chequered Ink Ltd.

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
57
Top Critic Average
11%
Critics Recommend
Based on 18 critic reviews
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Pong Quest

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

57

Top Critic Average

11%

Critics Recommend

Based on 18 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCApr 21, 2020
Nintendo SwitchMay 7, 2020
PlayStation 4May 29, 2020
Xbox OneMay 29, 2020

Developer: Chequered Ink Ltd.

Publisher: Atari

Genres: Arcade, Puzzle, RPG

Embark upon an epic adventure in PONG Quest as you take on the challenge for King and country in a journey across numerous themed dungeons populated with all manner of paddles, puzzles and balls. Customize your hero and take up the challenge in new PONG battle gameplay featuring over 50 different types of balls each with their unique abilities. Solve puzzles and gather precious loot as you uncover the secrets of the Orbs on a journey to unlock the mystery of the Spooky Door. Play with up to 4 other players in multiplayer mayhem battles, select your balls and perfect your own loadout as you clash with other paddles for supremacy within the PONG universe. No balls, no problem! Play with classic rules and show the world who is the best paddle on the planet.

Pong Quest Critic Reviews

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While unique twists on the Pong formula make battles enjoyable at first, the repetition quickly wears on the experience

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Pong Quest is an interesting concept that really shines when played along with your friends: despite the lack of variety and depth, this reinterpretation of a legendary brand can be a really fun game to be played in local multiplayer.

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Pong Quest has real heart and soul, it just hasn't been properly thought through, and that's a shame, as the flimsy story is genuinely likeable

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PONG Quest seems a first like a nice mix between the old-school Pong matches and the rogue-lite/dungeon crawler genres. But thanks to generic and random dungeons, too much randomness and a useless length, the old fans of old might not see the end of its five stages, and mandatory grinding. Too bad, because some fights were worth the trip.

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