- Publisher: Butterscotch Shenanigans
- Release Date: Nov 8, 2018
- Also On: iPhone/iPad, PC, Xbox One
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Dec 10, 2018Crashlands smooths the desperate edge off of open world survival crafting, and turns it into a laid-back experience that works best in short, pick-up-and-play sessions. That said I personally found the game’s persistent random humor to be pretty irritating.
Nov 14, 2018Crashlands' cartoon sci-fi world offers a fun-loving cross between Minecraft, Toejam & Earl and Don’t Starve with its ‘RPG-lite’ mix of crafting, questing and combat. It’s incredibly easy to pick up and play thanks to the streamlined design of its inventory and the automation of accessing tools and weapons, and while its grind for new armour can get a little repetitive after a while, there are some cute little mechanics to unearth, such as the power to incubate eggs and nurture your own pets. While it’s never going to hold a candle to the RPG chops of Diablo III: Eternal Collection, it still offers a colourful curio alternative on Switch.
Mixed or average reviews- based on 7 Ratings
User score distribution:
Positive: 3 out of 7
Mixed: 4 out of 7
Negative: 0 out of 7
Jan 28, 2022Crashlands is a great ARPG experience. The simple crafting and fighting mechanics is easy enough for anyone to understand. I think the humorCrashlands is a great ARPG experience. The simple crafting and fighting mechanics is easy enough for anyone to understand. I think the humor is great. With tons of funny puns and jokes sprinkled here and there. The quests you can do is also fun. With a great variety of quests to do. If you have played survival or ARPGs before, I definitely recommend picking this up.… Full Review »