Biped is a unique 3d "platformer" with a really interesting way of moving your character. Entertaining in both single player and co-op, Biped is packed full of creative obstacles and unique challenges.
Biped might have the visual appeal of a children’s game, but it is most definitely a challenging and demanding co-op experience. Working together through each stage will put your thumbs to the test as you move these little robots across each environment. The replayability is there for those that want to meet the high expectations of the developers, but for most, this will just be a fun way to spend an afternoon.
super cute super hard at the beginning, but if you can find someone who is into games like human fall flat and gang beast like me to play with you are in for a big surprise! biped is one of those games that once you pick it up hours will fly and you wont be able to put it down until the finish!
As far as challenging co-op adventures go, Biped is one of the best. So, if you enjoy adorable 3D platformers, playing with a friend, and a solid amount of challenge then you're sure to fall in love with this couple of robotic chums.
Biped is a unique co-op physics puzzler that has some wonderfully original ideas. A fascinating control scheme equally frustrates and delights, though it's absolutely essential in providing puzzle mechanics that you won't find anywhere else. It's just a shame that those ideas haven't been pushed, refined and developed a little more.
Although Biped has a nice style, the controls greatly hampered my enjoyment of the game. Added to that, the game is pretty short and the puzzles are a little too reminiscent of other platformers to find much of value here. If you’d like to experience a challenge in co-op and test the limits of your personal relationships, you might want to give it a try.
This deserves an honest review for the people that keep seeing 10/10 and 9/10 ratings and no criticism. The game has an original gameplay element in terms of moving a literal biped (BI-PED) so you get to learn that as a new game skill for a change. However that's where the true "10/10" regarding this game ends because it suffers from a severe lack of originality and imagination with the map mechanics (everything is simple and not very interesting) while almost every map puzzle is an obvious low quality copy-cat of famous platform games like the 3D Mario games and there are also several obnoxious bugs and quirks (at least they didn't ruin the Solo play and Co-op play according to those that tried it has a chance to be fun if you must play something with friends).
I kinda feel tricked after all PC reviews and gameplay had online co-op. The PS4 version got the short end of the stick and is local only. Even some websites are promiting it with the promise of online co-op. The fact that it's missing this feature is hidden in the details of the PSN Store. I bought to play this with someone online, guess it isn't very supportive of social distancing.