Indigo 7 Quest For Love Review (PlayStation 4)
Explore our Indigo 7 Quest For Love Review and go on a journey with Nathan and his friends on a musical adventure of love and friendship in 32 episodes, told through a fantastic comic. Wear your swimsuit, dust off your beach tennis rackets, and put batteries in your old radio to enjoy this cool puzzle game.
Indigo 7 Quest For Love Review Pros:
- Nice cartoon and pixel art graphics.
- 4.38GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- Three game modes – adventure, single-player and multiplayer.
- Tutorial level in adventure mode.
- Match em-up gameplay.
- In adventure mode, you earn 1-3 stars based on the criteria.
- Adventure mode has five acts.
- Single-player has five modes – vs CPU, conquest, conquest vs CPU, time attack, and color attack.
- Multiplayer has three modes – vs, conquest vs, and party bomb.
- Game – you have to turn tiles to a color to create combos and chains but to keep the combo you need to flip more tiles than the previously flipped colors.
- Comic book-style story cutscenes.
- Can skip cutscenes.
- Boss-style battles.
- Four-player modes and battles with a set amount of moves to score.
Indigo 7 Quest For Love Review Cons:
- Game mechanics take a long time to get used to with a huge learning curve.
- No settings at all.
- The tutorial is really basic.
- Some of the most annoying voice-over and character shoutouts I have ever heard in a game.
- In adventure mode, you have to keep going back to level select.
- In adventure mode, you earn time bonuses to keep you alive with combos, etc but the timer goes down as the pieces slowly flip.
- Game modes will not be explained in adventure mode.
- The gameplay is kinda basic.
- No Colourblind settings for a game all about color.
- Forgettable story.
- Frustrating scoring system.
- No online leaderboards.
- Alienates everyone with its basic approach or total lack of approach to everything.
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Indigo 7 Quest For Love:
Developer: Dolores Ent
Publisher: Dolores Ent
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 6/106/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Indigo 7 is a match em up game whereby you flip colors next to your already flipped pieces to clear the board. Sounds confusing? It’s not but the game is really bad at breaking you in slowly and explaining it all in a way that is accessible. Indigo 7 has good intentions but when you are creating a new game style it’s important to have the players in the know, Indigo 7 alienates everyone and for a game all about color, there are no Colourblind settings but then again the game has NO game settings at all. The music is not great, the story is so forgettable I forgot it had one, the voiceovers are really bad. Put it this way, the voice-overs are a cringe guy they think he’s a rocker so he sings out catchphrases but delivers it in a way that makes you think the crazies have invaded Britains got talent, it’s horrendous and a no from me. I saw glimmers of hope in the battle modes but again I didn’t K ow the rules or get told them so I race along and clear the board only to lose to a person with half a board filled? I didn’t fancy playing the mode over and over in the hopes I pick up what they are putting down. That’s the morning glory here, Indigo 7 doesn’t try to include or even care about the new players, it’s made for people who know the rules already, and if you don’t then you are not welcome. It has the potential to be a good puzzle game but it won’t let you just get on with learning and playing or encouraging you.