- Summary: Fight your way across the celestial world of Avalice where cats are green, motorcycles drive up walls and monster girls do most of the buttkicking! Freedom Planet is a cartoony, combat-based platform adventure that pits a spunky dragonoid and her friends against an alien attack force.
Positive: 3 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 0 out of 3
Jul 31, 2014This game is nothing short of awesome! We need more games like this! The pixel art is gorgeous, the music is catchy, the story is pretty goodThis game is nothing short of awesome! We need more games like this! The pixel art is gorgeous, the music is catchy, the story is pretty good and, for an indie dev, the voice acting is actually pretty good. It's like playing a Saturday morning cartoon. And I mean that in a good way!… Expand
Apr 5, 2015A strong and solid Genesis era game. A fresh adventure filled with fast paced action and adventure. Certainly not pricey at any stretch of theA strong and solid Genesis era game. A fresh adventure filled with fast paced action and adventure. Certainly not pricey at any stretch of the word. Goes up with games such as Dust an Elysian Tail, Super Meat Boy, and Braid as examples of how to do it.… Expand
Jul 23, 2014There is good games, and then there is great games. Freedom Planet turns out to be latter, thanks to developers paying attention to detailThere is good games, and then there is great games. Freedom Planet turns out to be latter, thanks to developers paying attention to detail more than i remember seeing in quite long time.
Story is not exactly Shakespeare, and voice acting isn't too good, but atmosphere is still both exciting and charming. Partly thanks to visuals that actually looked slightly better in-game than elsewhere. Music and sound effects turn out to be top notch as well.
The most important thing, however, is gameplay, which is mix of various classics, without ever using retro-style-indie-game cliches, and it works incredibly fine as long you adjust sensitivity settings to fit your taste. But what is game without it's meat? Level design here is surprisingly varied and detailed, with lot of interactivity put into worlds. Enemies and Bosses are the main challenge, though, but even on their worst they seem decent. Game even occasionally has some clever tricks and strategies to use against them.
Extra stuff includes collectible cards in levels to unlock stuff in gallery, mahjong and Shang Mu academy, series of mini-challenges so fun that it must be illegal. And the best thing about this already content packed game is... there is still more to come!… Expand
Aug 2, 2014this year we had the great of shovel knight , but this does not end here but this does not end here because Galaxy Trail brings anotherthis year we had the great of shovel knight , but this does not end here but this does not end here because Galaxy Trail brings another exquisite wonder. if you are a Retrogamer like me he asked , I will have an experience like I lived with sonic the hedgehog simply go to steam! and buy this 10/10
SCREEN DESIGN 10
only $ 14.99… Expand
Jul 24, 2014Absolutely fabulous game, i came here just to post and warn people about this guy giving negative review while everyone absolutely love theAbsolutely fabulous game, i came here just to post and warn people about this guy giving negative review while everyone absolutely love the game.
The game really feels like a gem from the genesis era that was just recently discovered.
I feel like we really got spoiled with freedom planet and shovelknight coming so close to each other ^^, both rate really high in my book. Heck i can't even remember when was the last time i had this much fun with platformers.
The playable characters each bring something different to the table and the replayability is really high.
The difficulty is really well done, the curb being a little too steep at times, specially at the last boss, but it gives a sense of achievment right ^^… Expand
Jul 26, 2014This game came as a surprise to me. I heard nothing of it prior to launch but I was interested right away. Freedom Planet is a throwback toThis game came as a surprise to me. I heard nothing of it prior to launch but I was interested right away. Freedom Planet is a throwback to the old school Sega Genesis days of mascots like Ristar and Sonic The Hedgehog and it pulls it off fantastically while still being able to stand on it's own. I can safely say this game is every bit as fun as the trailers made it seem (even more)! The levels are really diverse with different pathways, the physics are great, boss battles are creative and fun, the voice acting is really good and the sound track is top notch!
Besides the story, the game packs a Classic Mode that strips away all the cutscenes and plays all the levels in order, and a Time Trial mode. More features will be added and free so it won't get dull. It's a highly replayable game with huge levels and a lot of collectables. It also comes packed with achievements that let you look at the game a bit differently, for example there might be a different way of taking down a boss so experimenting and going through the levels more than once is highly recommended.
The controls can be configured to your liking so the button layout is never a chore to learn. The characters are easy and fun to control and it's a blast to play through each level. Everything pops out and is beautifully colorful, the sprites and character designs are amazing to look at, and every level still feels fresh after continuous playthroughs. I honestly can't think of anything wrong with this game, it's the perfect example of an Indie game done right! Do yourself a favor and buy this game! If you're an old school gamer you'll love it. It's highly inspired by the old genesis games but there's so much to love. It has a compelling and interesting story and it should not be missed!
I give it a 10/10!… Expand
Jan 31, 2015Solid if flawed platformer with great visuals (some of the best pixel art I've ever seen), fantastic voice acting, and a surprisinglySolid if flawed platformer with great visuals (some of the best pixel art I've ever seen), fantastic voice acting, and a surprisingly interesting story brought down by some of the worst boss fights that I've ever had the displeasure of running into. Deus Ex: Human Revolution level of badly designed boss fights. With those omitted, this would be an solid 8, as it stands its a 4.5. One of the first things the developers did post launch was to nerf the difficulty of the bosses due to overwhelmingly negative feedback but even without that overbearing level of raw challenge they're just badly designed which makes them frustrating rather than fun and brings the entire game down. Get it on sale if your a die hard fan of Genesis era platformers or when it hits bundles if you aren't.… Expand