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Controlling a pair of robots step-by-step through a series of manual dexterity challenges may not qualify as an adventure, but the charming Biped is a fun diversion, especially in co-op mode.
Biped is a simple idea but executed with as much charm as Next could possibly muster. If you’ve ever wanted to save the world but the T800 was just a bit to shoot first and ask questions later, grab a buddy and try out Biped. The cute characters, lovingly crafted stages, and emotional range the mechanical cast show between your own screams of joy and despair will have you hooked on this title, and you can even play co-op without the couch via Remote Play.
If there’s a downside to Biped, it’s that it is pretty short. My brother and I finished it in around 3 1/2 hours, and I think even some of that time was because we were a little bit drunk. That’s not a lot of playtime by most standards. Once your two characters, Aku and Sila, complete their mission to light up all of the Earth’s beacons and save the planet, it’s over just like that. In fact, Biped ends so abruptly and quickly, it’s actually a bit of a let-down after all the zany co-op. It’s the only major thing that mars what is otherwise a very impressive game.