An improvement in nearly every way to the original. It is a fun, highly addictive, and immersive experience that will grip you with its unique design, tight gameplay, high replay value, and compelling cast of characters.
The Binding of Isaac pulls off everything it tries to do, and very well. The story is interesting, the gameplay fantastic, and the art and music are wonderful as well. The only things I found wrong with the game were that the bosses were repetitive and the challenge mode was lacking fun.
This game is a masterpiece. It's kinda hard but if you put a few hours into it you WILL get addicted. It is the KING of Rouge-likes and it's really fun.
If you have around 15 bucks to spare this is hella worth it.
Also a short tip: Play the game until you get experienced before you buy the DLC's.
Especially before you buy Repentance because this **** hard. Also another Tip before buying any of the DLC's: MAKE SURE THAT YOU BOUGHT AFTERBIRTH BEFORE BUYING AFTERBIRTH + AND AFTERBIRTH + BEFORE REPENTANCE. This is because Afterbirth + expands Afterbirth and Repentance expands Afterbirth +.
Do this so you don't have to complain.
My conclusion: BUY IT!
As an enhanced and "beautified" remake, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth can also conquer those who have already spent tens (if not hundreds) of hours with the original version that came out three years ago.
Update they finally fixed there **** meaning i can rate this game a solid 10
No support for PS4 in 3 years. Still no trophy fixes or any fixes at al SHAME ON THE DEVELOPERS would have giving it a 10 otherwise.
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A rouge-like that tasks the player with traversing randomly generated 2d dungeons from an isometric viewpoint the art work, difficulty and twisted sense of humour make it clear from the outset that this from Edward McMillen, creator of the well-received Super Meat Boy. Overall I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as the precision platforming of Meat Boy but the fast paced gameplay and huge variety of enemies and power ups, meaning there always seems to be something new discover, certainly gives it that ‘one more go’ factor and provided me with a fair few hours of entertainment.
I just cannot get into this style of game. I played better games than this 20+ years ago. Today, this game ought to come in a cereal box; there are mobile apps with more depth and better gameplay. I don't even know if 2D dodge and shoot should be called gameplay anymore.
Sorry Isaac, lot of hype, zero game.
I'm a hater not a lover on Issac.
The game is original and yes, it's different every reload, but that doesn't make it a great game. I think we have already seen much more fun rogue-like games on PS4, and as a PS+ freebie I gave this a day or twos efforts before removing it from my hard drive. It's just not that good for a PS4 title. I think had it been on iOs / android, I'd play this on my phone or tablet, but on a 55" screen it seems like a real jump back to early games, but without the fun factor for me.
I'm also not a hater cos of the graphics, but the art style is pretty boring when compared to say Darkest Dungeon (which I'm playing on my laptop at the moment) or the absolutely flawless "Dont Starve" which is easily the best indie title to hit PS+ to date, and I'd say the PS4 altogether.
I'm really puzzled as to why this game is so loved. Buy it, see for yourself, but I'm glad I got this free and didn't pay for it, it wasn't for me.
SummaryRebirth is a randomly generated action RPG shooter with emphatic Roguelike elements. Following Isaac on his journey gamers discover bizarre treasures that change Isaac’s form giving him extra-human abilities and enabling him to fend off droves of mysterious creatures, learn secrets and scrap his way to safety.