Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
Top Critic Average
A collection of exciting minigames and a burst of every colour under the rainbow makes Fall Guys a consistent delight.
In a genre overstuffed with guns and grenades, this cute and cuddly battle royale stands out.
Nothing else has ever paired high tension with complete silliness like this, and Fall Guys reveals we should've been doing it a long time ago
Exactly the sort of fun, colourful, and purposefully silly multiplayer game the world needs right now, even if it's not exactly the most polished video game of the year.
Fall Guys is a masterful mix of party and prowess, held back only by lack of variety and a few lackluster games.
Fall Guys' charming presentation and approachable mechanics make it the most welcoming battle royale yet, with just a few blemishes keeping it from greatness.
With new stages to be added in coming updates, Fall Guys is already cementing itself in the “favorites” section of my Steam library.
Prolific server issues and slim bonus settings are holding Fall Guys back for now, but for the time being, the wobbly obstacle course battle royale forges its own path. It's easy to envision the game only getting bigger from here on out—especially considering this launch era has been declared as Season 1, battle pass and all. As a foundation, Fall Guys is an endlessly engaging one. I'll be chuckling as I fumble to finish lines for quite some time.
Fall Guys is a fun party game that wonderfully replicates TV’s silliest game shows, but replaces the boring humans with lovely bumbling egg monsters.
If none of our hopes and dreams pan out (I'm sure at least some of them will considering the game's early success), Fall Guys is still one of the feel-good excursions of 2020. How much longevity players can get out of it will vary from person to person, but as someone who had essentially called it quits on the all-too-samey battle royale genre, I'm having a ridiculously fun time right here and now.