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  1. Oct 7, 2021
    La premisa es interesante , pero quizás si no se hubiese basado en simulador sería mejor videojuego . ❤️

Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 6 Critic Reviews

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  1. 50
    Though well-intentioned as an interactive educational documentary about the spectacular lives of sugar gliders, AWAY: The Survival Series simply isn't sufficiently sophisticated or well designed enough to pass muster as a videogame that will keep you coming back. As it is, AWAY: The Survival Series is an attractive, if clunky edutainment title that only the youngest and most inexperienced PlayStation gamers will truly enjoy.
  2. Oct 11, 2021
    Just like Ancestors, AWAY: The Survival Series is based on an interesting idea, but the end result is far from being entertaining or even educational. Instead of being a nature documentary it is a rudimentary combination of platformers with a bad combat system and even worse stealth mechanic. Perhaps the greatest drama here is that AWAY: The Survival Series fails both as a game and as an interactive documentary. The numerous bugs still present in the game ruin even the last ounces of potential, turning it into something you better stay away from.
  3. Oct 4, 2021
    The story mode will be wrapped up within five hours but there is an exploration mode if you haven’t quite had your fill of bugs. Here you’ll be able to take control of other creatures and, as the title suggests, explore. There are short video logs dotted around the place if you want to try to find out more about what happened to the world. Although, once you realise that the other creatures are even harder to control than the sugar glider, and have encountered your fair share of crashes, you’ll probably decide that you don’t actually care that much about the reasons for humanity’s demise.