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Rain World Review (Nintendo Switch)


Adult Swim Games has released Rain World for Nintendo Switch. Read on.


In Rain World, gamers take on the role of a slugcat. In your new body, everything you come across in your new world is dangerous and you are all alone! You lost track of your family during a flood and you must make your way through what is left of an ancient civilization. As you climb your way through a world full of peril, you will have to avoid death at every corner while exploring the lands around you and unearthing its many mysteries. Death creeps closer and closer and you must find your family before it catches up to you.

The beautifully drawn world is inspired by simpler times of your favorite 16-bit games. In this unique platformer, you must you stealth and smarts in order to avoid the clutches of everything that wants to get their jaws on you. There are over 1600 rooms to venture through across 12 unique regions. Environment conditions and the rain will constantly test your skills and patience. Gamers will have to not only try to find food and shelter in this world full of limited resources, but survive vicious predators and downpours.

In the end, Rain World is a fun and entertaining survival platformer full of heart and charm. If you have been looking for a game with exquisite graphics, immersive sound and powerfully addictive gameplay this holiday season, then look no further with Rain World!

Features:
  • Sneak, climb, and pounce your way through a dynamic, ever-changing ecosystem of predators and prey 
  • Explore a vast world of over 1600 rooms, spanning 12 diverse regions filled with ancient secrets and undiscovered dangers 
  • Nimble movements and procedurally generated animation gives slugcat a natural fluidity of movement and unique sense of weight 
  • Intense, primal predator encounters will challenge your reflexes 
  • Limited resources and the constant, impending threat of rain will test your nerve 


Score: 9 out of 10
Reviewed for Nintendo Switch


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