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  • Mr. Panda 1 month ago

    Thank you so much for watching my video review! Let me know what you think of World to the West? Have you played it or its predecessor Teslagrad? And what are your favorite top-down adventure games? Please share any thoughts or questions you have in the comments section below! 😀

  • koolaidmoonwalk 1 month ago

    I love this art style!! And the resemblance to Zelda is a winner in my books! Lord klonington reminds me of the gorons. Once again fantastic review my friend, you pick such interesting games to review!!

  • Lightning Ellen 1 month ago

    It looks so cheerful! That individually moving people thing sounds quite tedious, but looks like an overall enjoyable time 🙂

  • CryMor Gaming 1 month ago

    This is adorable.

  • LetemcomeInit 1 month ago

    Lord Cronington! Haha, digging the old school victorian strong man aesthetic here, as a matter a fact the whole games graphics look really plush. Kind of reminds me of a modern Chrono Trigger or Secret Of Mana!

  • The Golden Bolt's Game Reviews 1 month ago

    You sold me with "Zelda!"

  • Red Value Gaming 1 month ago

    Wehey, same rating as by us! However, I think you overemphasized the repeat paths a bit. I only found one situation where you really had to move the characters around 4 times through the same path. However, in all other cases the paths were significantly different enough to not be considered "repeat gameplay".

    Concerning the combat, it is high-commitment combat, which is in itself not bad. I think you should have gone into a bit more detail here on your reasons why you didn't enjoy it here.

    Apart from that, a nice and clean review as always!


  • Hexovian 1 month ago

    Ive been super interested in trying out this game, good video !!!! Might have to pick up the game now

  • Crystal Dragon 1 month ago

    Tally Ho! Great job on this review! I’m a fan of adventure games and this looks like something I could get into. I like the idea of having 4 playable characters with unique abilities and interacting with the world in different ways. It’s a shame that the puzzles don’t incorporate more of this diversity. And the lack of group travel sounds pretty annoying. But I like the art style of the game. It definitely reminds me of Wind Waker. And yeah, that animal capturing does sound like Super Mario Odyssey! How about that? Go West, Young Panda!