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Reviews of Undertale
By liledgykid, March 18th, 04:43
This is the best game in the underground!! This is more than a game its a masterpiece all the characters and the storyline! love flowey and paps and mtt this is the best game and I would play it every day!
By Slavi, February 17th, 14:53
A great indie game.
A truly one of a kind game.
At first i really didn't think much about this game, but once i'd played alittle into the game, I really started to realise what a master piece of a game Undertale really is. Definitely the best game i've ever played.
Every little action you do or don't do, alters so much of the gamplay. Which makes for so many different endings, dialogs, easter eggs and actions. This is a game you'll definitely want to finish more than once. Even after finishing the game once, much of the gameplay was different the second time, and added quite alot more new gameplay.
There are so many silly things and easter eggs in Undertale too, which really gives the game it's unique charm. And not to forget the amazing soundtracks, can't think of a single game that comes close to Undertales sounds and musics.
One thing the game should have though, is a volume setting, only way to lower the volum is in window volum mixer.
By ItsJavi501, January 31st, 21:37
By Trixx, November 11th 2017, 02:44
Its and old style game but i like it
Let’s get the easy things out of the way first. A lot of Undertale’s charm comes from the offbeat humor and ridiculous situations. It’s the type of game where you fight dogs one moment, go on a date with a skeleton the next, and then top off the play session by going onto a cooking show with a killer robot. The game constantly throws jokes and weirdness at you, making each new even nearly impossible to predict.
But the weirdness and humor never feels forced. There isn’t a feeling like it’s suffering from Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot syndrome. The land of Undertale feels like a strange and alien place similar to the setting of an Earthboud or Wario game. The weirdness feels natural because the world of Undertale is weird.