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Atmos Games, Serenity Forge
May 20, 2020 - PC

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Critics Recommend

9 / 10
Hardcore Gamer
4.5 / 5
Nintendo Life
7 / 10
90 / 100
The Games Machine
8 / 10
Screen Rant
3.5 / 5
4.5 / 5
Slant Magazine
2.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Neversong


Drea Bunce
9 / 10

Neversong is a dark and thrilling tale with a child-like twist, exploring human emotion in a world without adults. The dark storyline contrasts starkly to the beautiful score and artwork, the clear influences from Tim Burton and The Legend of Zelda creating an immediate connection and sense of nostalgia.

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Neversong took me about three hours to complete, but its message resonated with me for far longer.

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The content that’s here really is a joy to experience, and we’re of course conscious that artificially lengthening the game would no doubt diminish its value, but we can’t deny a certain level of disappointment after completing it in just a few short hours.

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Neversong is an amazing adventure through a world that feels uniquely crafted. It stands out in its genre because it takes platforming, thriller, and side-scrolling game elements, mashes them together, and what we get is a well-balanced narrative adventure game.

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Neversong offers a mix of action, exploration and puzzles that everyone will like, together with a compelling story and a moving ending you will remember for a long time. A pleasure for both eyes and ears that will also thrill you, despite the controls being a bit inaccurate.

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Neversong hits the right note more often than not.

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It’s a new example of what can come from Kickstarting gaming projects, and will likely remain a bright-spot in gaming’s memory for the foreseeable future.

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It has just enough bells and whistles to suck you into its world, but not enough to compel your immersion.

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