It combines some of the best elements of Metroid and Mega Man and blends them together seamlessly. Other than camera problems and occasionally excessive load times, ReCore is an exciting experience and one of the Xbox One’s best action games.
A feeling of isolation in a desolate, intriguing world. Novel fighting mechanics, brilliant platforming, superb pet robot mechanics/switchable companions. There is a real sense of wonder and exploration here, a fantastic sense of mystery and a need/addictive loop that pushes the player forward. If this game was full price, maybe it is a 7/8, but at t half price? Amazing value
EL MEJOR JUEGO = THE BEST GAME
Pero que bueno, pongo un 10 para compensar el maltrato de la prensa, sería solo un 8 o 8,3 el combate es muy bueno, los graficos muy buenos, los compañeros saltan mucho y en general mucho mejor de lo que le ha dado la prensa.
ReCore is an incredibly promising title. Its characters are rich and entertaining, and its combat plays very well for the most part. But, even after an eventual patch to fix the load times on the Xbox One, it will still be half a good game and half an incredibly boring grind.
Overall, the narrative is predictable while set in an interesting world, and the movement is slick and enjoyable, but the constant back-tracking to collect more keys weighs down the experience. It’s unfortunate that the game couldn’t be tightened up under Microsoft’s tutelage, because ReCore has nuggets of good ideas buried beneath the monotony and tedium of its primary activities.
It's all a shame because ReCore shows so much promise in its opening hours. It's easy to envision a way in which all those ideas could manifest into something great. They don't, though. Instead, it's just a jumble of mechanics that never jell, gameplay that grows stale far too quick, and insulting design. System failure.
Es mas que bueno, le pongo un 10 para compensar el maltrato de la prensa, lo justo sería un 8, el combate está muy bien, los compañeros molan bastante y en general mucho mejor de lo que la prensa le ha dado...
Quick background on me the reviewer, I tend to like single player games that is heavy on narrative the most. I also play a lot of racing games and use to play multiplayer games in my high school days but now that it's hard for me and my friends to find a good time to link up so now it’s more rare for me to get into a multiplayer game. Up to try any genre of games and sometimes I find something new that I didn't think I'd like. I own a PC (built by me), Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, PS3, PS4, PS5, and a Switch. I prefer Playstation due to their focus on narrative games. For scoring, I’ll be using the Gameinformer review scale and of coursed influenced by my personal opinions.
(7) Average. The game’s feature may work, but are nothing that even causal players haven’t seen before.
Nothing sticks out in this game. Graphics, gameplay, and story is fine just nothing remunerable about this game.
This game would be awesome if it had only focused on being an indi game. Combat is basic even when platforming is great. I stopped playing before entering the Warren because it asked me 16 cores, I wouldn't have a problem getting them but it's so damn tedious and I was getting boooored asf.
I remember getting 150 Golden bricks in Lego Avengers and it was awesome, but getting cores here is boring that I was falling asleep.
I really wanted to finish this game but story is not that interesting to balance the basic combat system and poor mechanics. If it was a 4 or 5 hours game it would've been nice.
Recore is an utter trainwreck. As I'm doing a marathon of all Xbox One exclusives, this one sticks out like a broken thumb and not just a sore one. The combat is incredibly tedious and repetitive as you just lock on, maybe switch the color your weapon is firing, maybe take out the core from the enemy, rinse and repeat.
Visually, the game just looks incredibly low budget, with awful character models, and poor looking textures.
I had to force myself to finish this game and by the end, I was done.
Despite it being on Game Pass, don't even bother with it, it's simply not worth your time.
SummaryAssume the role of Joule Adams, a young survivor of a terrible cataclysm who journeys from Earth to the desert world, “Far Eden” to build mankind’s new home. But when Joule wakes after centuries in cryo-sleep, nothing has gone according to plan… With her “Corebot” companion, Mack, Joule begins an adventure to unlock secrets from the past...