Everhood Eternity Edition Review (PlayStation 5)
For our Everhood Eternity Edition Review, we discover the color of your soul and what lies beyond the river of death in a strange land. Accompany a mysterious celestial Raven who deemed you worthy of slaying the mind dragon.
Everhood Eternity Edition Review Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 1.40GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- You get the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game.
- Accessibility settings – image sensitive, and Colourblind.
- Cool menu graphics showing the controls.
- Text speed slider.
- 3 save slots.
- Five difficulty settings – story mode, easy, normal, hard, and expert.
- Rhythm-Based gameplay.
- Has a strong Undertale homage to it from the graphics style to the fonts and animations.
- Fun mini-games to find and they are all variations of the rhythm action mechanic.
- The main game battles are where you have to avoid the projectiles coming down the lanes.
- Memorable characters.
- The graphics are really good and there are some truly epic-looking locations.
- Simple controls.
- Each action has many inputs so you can use whichever one suits you.
- Fantastic world to explore.
- A lot of puzzles with many variations and iterations of well-known puzzles.
- When fighting you get crazy PS1 synthesiser-like effects.
- The presentation of every encounter is unique and memorable.
- At times it feels like a mushroom trip.
- Powerful game in that you think about it when you are not playing it.
Everhood Eternity Edition Review Cons:
- Battles do go on just a bit too long.
- No way to rebind controls.
- Puzzles almost sneak up on you.
- You don’t get much help with guidance.
- The combat has a slight learning curve.
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Everhood Eternity Edition:
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Everhood Eternity Edition is a rhythm-based game with a strong homage to Undertale, evident in its graphic style, fonts, and animations. The game offers decent graphics and a full 3D world with memorable characters and epic-looking locations. It has a download size of 1.40GB and offers a platinum trophy for the achievement hunters out there.
The game provides accessibility settings such as image sensitivity and colorblind support. It also features cool menu graphics showing the controls and a text speed slider. The game offers five difficulty settings – story mode, easy, normal, hard, and expert.
The gameplay involves rhythm-based battles where you have to avoid projectiles coming down the lanes. There are also fun mini-games that are all variations of the rhythm action mechanic. The game also features a lot of puzzles with many variations and iterations of well-known puzzles.
The game has several issues. Battles can sometimes go on for too long, and there’s no way to rebind controls. Puzzles almost sneak up on you, and you don’t get much help with guidance. The combat also has a slight learning curve.
In conclusion, Everhood Eternity Edition is a powerful game that leaves you thinking about it even when you’re not playing. It offers a fantastic world to explore with simple controls and a unique presentation for every encounter. A game that feels like it fits in the Undertale world rather than a homage or love letter.