This is a worthy successor to Valve’s Portal games. It doesn’t have the polish and production values of those games but makes up for those shortcomings with it’s gameplay. If you love Portal, you, at the very least, really like The Entropy Centre. The Entropy Centre aims to bring a new meaning to the slogan: Build a Better Tomorrow. The release date is November 3, 2022 and the game will be available on most gaming platforms: Steam, Playstation, and XBox.
With The Entropy Centre behind me, I’m fascinated by what Stubby Games accomplished with its debut. It’s full of excellent puzzles, but the stuff around them, like bugs and narrative pacing, stop the entire package from coming together in an equally impressive way. Despite the exhaustion I felt as the credits rolled, I’m stoked The Entropy Centre exists. It brings something unique and new to the genre, and I hope Stubby Games continues to iterate on that in a sequel, spin-off, or spiritual successor. It’s not every day a game shows me something I’ve never seen before that it also happens to nail, and what The Entropy Centre does well is worth pushing through its long narrative to ensure you see every trick up its sleeve.
A really well made puzzle game that can make portal fans feel kind of in home, a solid and clean game play with almost no bug, good graphics, and well designed levels, it can make you enjoy a good (around) 8 hours of fun dialogue, beautiful soundtracks and fun puzzles that make you enjoy completing them.
The environments are magnificent as in Portal we find ourselves in an abandoned laboratory with robots who want to kill us.
The puzzles are satisfying and the story is really gripping.
The humor is also successful without being hilarious.
It really is a very good game. A real success.
It doesn't surpass Portal 2 but it does pay homage to it in a very nice way.
If I give Portal 2 a 19/20.
I give Entropy Center a solid 17/20.
Go for it if you liked Portal and if you like puzzles, and it's not expensive;)
It's like Portal. Prettier, but boring. There are a lot of inconsistencies in the story itself. Many things are not explained at all. If the creators wanted to stuff the main character into a never ending loop of the same events, then that doesn't sit well in my overall satisfaction of the journey I took. It's a wasted potential, since it kind of hints at the possibility that each further play through might actually fix something and make things better. It doesn't. The story could have been the main driver of this game and guarantee a replayability, and it actually kills it in the end. Uninstalled, won't return.
SummaryAn extinction level event has set the world ablaze. You appear to be the last remaining person alive. Mankind's only hope lies at the core of the Entropy Centre. The Entropy Centre is a mind-bending puzzle adventure where you reverse objects through time to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles and conundrums. Manipulate time to your w...