Super Meat Boy Forever Review (Epic Games/PC)
The sequel to Super Meat Boy is here! Meat Boy and Bandage Girl must run, slide, tackle, jump, punch, and kick their way through over 7,000 levels to save their daughter Nugget from Dr. Fetus. Look at the graphics, listen to sound and music, and push buttons in this genuine certified video game.
- Awesome cartoon graphics.
- 5.18GB Download size.
- Controller support.
- Graphics-fullscreen, resolution, and anti-aliasing.
- Can rebind controls.
- Stats screen.
- Splatformer style gameplay.
- Theater-re watch cutscenes.
- 3 save slots.
- Cutesy cartoon cutscenes.
- World map level select.
- Two worlds-light and dark. You can freely jump between them on the level select map.
- Runner mechanic in that you are always going forward.
- Instant restarts upon death.
- Checkpoints within a level.
- A clear level progress bar that fills in.
- Character select screen. Two initially unlocked.
- Brief tutorial pop-ups.
- Simple controls one-button controls.
- Level complete shows time taken and deaths.
- A replay can be watched and saved from your run.
- Big boss battles.
- Very difficult.
- Will have you punching the air and pulling out your hair at the same time!
- No achievements.
- Basic tutorial.
- No way to ease players in.
- No clear leaderboards support.
- Doesn’t feel as new as you would hope.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Meat Boy is a game series that is one for people that like to suffer for their enjoyment. It’s a Splatformer of the highest level with the difficulty turned up to “are you fucking kidding me!” in forever it’s that but even higher! I mean it’s just a real difficult speed platformer game, you are always running in a direction, you can manipulate that with sliding and dive-bombing. It’s a really polished game, that’s never in doubt but the game is really difficult and has no way for new/less experienced players to access the game. It is a fantastic game but you have to be prepared to work for it as it makes Dark Souls look like Mario. The gameplay solid, but it doesn’t hit you as hard as the first game did, for me forever felt like an additional amount of levels rather than a new game because it never pushes itself further or reinvents itself. It is bloody good fun though mind.