TUNIC

Review

The Tunic is an indie action-adventure game developed and published by Andrew Shouldice. The game was released on Microsoft Windows and Xbox One on December 11, 2018.

TUNIC review

The game is about a small fox named Tunic who sets out on an epic adventure to save the world.

Gameplay

The Tunic is an action-adventure game that focuses on exploration and puzzle-solving. The player takes control of Tunic, a small fox, and explores a large, open world. The world is filled with secrets and treasures, and the player must use their wits and reflexes to survive the dangers that lurk in the forests, caves, and dungeons.

Graphics

The graphics in Tunic are simple but charming. The world is rendered in a bright, colorful style that gives the game a cheerful and upbeat feeling. The character designs are cute and appealing, and the enemies are all well-animated and nicely detailed.

Controls

The controls in Tunic are simple but effective. The game uses a standard 3D control scheme, with the left stick controlling movement, the right stick controlling the camera, and the face buttons controlling actions such as jumping, attacking, and using items. The controls are easy to learn and fluid to use, and they feel natural and comfortable.

Replayability

The Tunic has a fair amount of replay value. The world is large and filled with secrets, and there are plenty of items and treasures to find. The game also features a number of challenging boss fights and beating them all unlocks a new ending. Overall, Tunic offers a good amount of content that can keep players occupied for a while.

Conclusion

Overall, I think TUNIC is a really fun game that has a lot of potentials. I like the pixel art style and the different abilities that each character has. The levels are also really well designed, and I like the challenge that they provide. My only complaint is that the game is a little short, but I hope that the developers add more content in future updates.

Pros:

  • The game is pretty cute and has a lot of replay value
  • TUNIC offers a lot of challenges, with multiple ways to die
  • The game is also pretty short, so you won't get bored of it

Cons:

  • The game is a bit too easy
  • The game is also pretty short, so you might not get your money's worth
Graphics 4
Sound 4
Gameplay 3
Lasting Appeal 3

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