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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Role-playing (RPG), Shooter, Turn-based strategy (TBS)

Platforms: PlayStation Vita, Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Mac, Nintendo Switch

A small child falls into the Underground, where monsters have long been banished by humans and are hunting every human that they find. The player controls the child as they try to make it back to the Surface through hostile environments, all the while engaging with a turn-based combat system with puzzle-solving and bullet hell elements, as well as other unconventional game mechanics.

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13 reviews

Great 100%

Okay, enough with the odd call backs. Here's the deal. You probably saw those kind of reviews tons of times, so I'll make it straight: You want to play the most interesting indie in the recent years? See for yourself why the VGAs adwards make no sense? Perhaps you are kind of tired of JRPGs and you want to see something... different? Or maybe play something with a very good OST? Then congratulations, I think you are in the right place. Let's s... Read More

Very Bad 30%

I totally don't understand all the hype over this weird game. It's linear, boring and convoluted. It has a few interesting characters and dialogues and... that's it. It feels like some twisted love letter to classic RPG/JRPG fans with lots of specific humor and cryptic references.

Positive points
- some funny dialogues
- a few interesting characters
Negative points
- a lot of walking, not much actual gameplay
- unclear, non-intuitive combat mechanics
- the visual presentation is definitely not for everybody
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12 reviews

Alright 80%

Undertale is a good game (A solid 8), but not a GREAT game. I really thought about uninstalling it a lot of times when i was playing, but i wanted to make this review.

Positive points
-Revolutionary gameplay system, where you don't need to fight monsters to win. -A lot of moments that break the forth barrier (Specially the final battle, that was trully genious of Toby Fox) -A gr... Read More
Negative points
-Irritating characters (Except for Toriel and Flowey), specially because everybody looks like they loved them. But they are too irritating, and not funny or charismatic. -Too much dialogues (Speciall... Read More
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4 reviews

Great 100%

Game of the year 2015 Maybe best game ever like you haven't heard this said before. Anyway I played this only recently this summer. I knew about the hype, I had even bought the game, but I hadn't picked it up. It took me a while to get into it even when I started playing it. Second play through (First play through I didn't even complete it) in the middle of it I got sucked into the game. When a game has a good story the game itself isn't so eng... Read More

Positive points
Battle system
Negative points
My only gripe is that the protagonist is silent... It is difficult to relate to if you don't talk.
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180 reviews

Good 90%

All I can say about this game is WOOOOW- this game truly is more than what it appears on the outside. The music was amazing, the quest while straightforward had DEEP meaning behind it, totally blew away most of the conventions of Old School RPG's and even improved upon some aspects. Granted, I played this on the "True Pacifist" route which gives the BEST ending of the game, and I even like that when I didn't quite get the good ending it made it... Read More


"A long time ago, two races ruled peacefully over the Earth: HUMANS and MONSTERS. One day, a terrible war broke out between the two races. After a long battle, the humans were victorious. They sealed the monsters underground with a magical spell.

In the year 201X, a small child scales Mt. Ebott. It is said that those who climb the mountain never return.

Seeking refuge from the rainy weather, the child enters a cave and discovers an enormous hole.

Moving closer to get a better look... the child falls in.

Now, our story begins."