|Moon Hunters via Switch Player
Moon Hunters is more than the retro-styled action game that screenshots would lead you to believe, but it is also less than the “personality test RPG” that it sets out to be. A fun evening with friends could be had, but don’t expect to find a lasting experience.
|Moon Hunters Review via Nintendo Insider
Moon Hunters is easily summed up by saying it's akin to a Dungeons and Dragons-style "choose your own adventure". Some choices you make can play out very differently with your third, sixth, or twentieth playthrough. Every tale has the same start and end, but the middle can be incredibly varied. It's a sumptuous title in both story and presentation; with visuals that could stand up next to Hyper Light Drifter and sound design that sweeps through orchestral themes and folk songs. It's a shame that the fighting mechanics feel a little too similar because the story itself is a real treat.
|MOON HUNTERS SWITCH REVIEW via SwitchWatch
I found Moon Hunters to be a game I really wanted to love, the clever world building that takes place over generations and the stat and skill building that is on offer leads me to want a deep and rich experience that never quite materialised. There are some fantastic moments and clever storytelling but the loading times, bugs and such short campaign runs hold back what could have been a very good game with a few tweaks.
|Moon Hunters (Switch) Review via NintendoWorldReport
If you're looking for a light co-op game on Switch, Moon Hunters is fantastic, and the simple combat and short length are more of a boon than a hindrance. But if you want something deeper and long-lasting, this falls short of that, especially as a single-player-only affair. Still, weaving your own legends makes for a good time, even if it's short-lived.
|Review: Moon Hunters (Switch eShop) via Nintendo Life
All told, Moon Hunters is a wonderful roguelike RPG that is quite unlike anything else available on the Switch, offering a bite-sized, engaging adventure that is extremely replayable and can be enjoyed both alone and with friends. Though there are some issues with the easy difficulty and the occasionally heinous load times, we still give this one a strong recommendation. Moon Hunters offers a lot with a relatively small amount of content, and you'll likely find yourself revisiting this one for quite some time.
March 21, 2018 10:30:34 AM
|The concept of this game is fun and interesting. I like that the events can affect your character progression and stats, but the meat and potatoes of the game is lacking. The story isn't very impressive and playing alone gets a bit boring. I only play this game with other people, because it gives the game a different energy. Also, the game has a lot of slowdown and stutters, tack on really long loading times to that as well. For the price, it's not TOO bad. It's an entertaining game, but it leaves much to be desired.
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