Mixed or average reviews- based on 33 Ratings
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Positive: 19 out of 33
Mixed: 4 out of 33
Negative: 10 out of 33
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Dec 22, 2021Do people seriously consider an audiobook somehow elevating how stories are told in a video game? If so, I implore people to PLEASE check other games in their respective platform storefront because you'll get more substance for you money.
Yeah, this game is all about style and less about having any significant weight and will just be another forgettable shovelware.
Apr 13, 2021A 30 minute audiobook disguised as a 1 hour game.
No real gameplay to speak of, the walking simulator elements and "choices" seem to do little to enhance the narrative. Better off just watching a stream if you're interested in the story. Silly unsatisfying ending.
Dec 23, 2021Lots of very angry TLoU2 fans who are incessantly harassing an indie developer who created a phenomenal game simply because he had the audacity to criticize their lord-supreme leader Kneel Knuckman (N is silent.)
It was a great game and I enjoyed playing it. The developer has room for improvement, but with feedback and experience comes greatness and I look forward to their next project.
Apr 6, 2021In an industry full of people who fancy themselves master storytellers but can rarely back it up, it’s refreshing to play a title that feels well-studied in more traditional narrative forms. I hope Adios is successful, and that we’ll see more like it.
Mar 30, 2021Adios excels in its creative writing through its complicated moral narrative. The characters are shown as complex even with a short runtime, and it’s easy to get emotionally invested in this farmer’s life. However, the limited interactivity really weighs on the experience as it drags in places that make it feel longer than it is. I wasn’t sold on the direction and really felt like there could have been a lot more here.
Mar 29, 2021Adios is a quietly emotional little game that will draw you in with a narrative that’s compelling and heartbreaking in equal measure. If walking sims aren’t your usual cup of tea then you might not immediately click with it, but if you’re willing to give the excellent writing and award-worthy voice acting the scant couple of hours it demands of you, it might just surprise you. And even if not, you’ll learn some cool things about American chestnut trees, so there’s that!