PC - Windows
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Pounce inside of your cozy armored mech and set off on a dangerous trek through an alien underworld full of irritable creatures and treacherous obstacles in a valiant effort to save your stranded captain and his crashed spaceship.
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Gato Roboto is a solid Metroidvania title that offers a surprising amount of depth and gameplay despite the novelty of the premise. The controls are tight, the 8-bit visual style is clean and appealing, and the protagonist is utterly adorable. Gato Roboto’s reasonable difficulty curve compared to several other titles in the genre, such as Hollow Knight or Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, means it could serve as a good gateway for those interested in the genre, but hardcore players might find it a little too easy.
While Gato Roboto could stand to be a more fleshed-out metroidvania game, it’s still a highly enjoyable action game overall. Kiki’s adventure is one chock full of classic NES-era action, nicely challenging combat, fun gameplay and charming visuals. It’s a short burst of action, but one you won’t forget anytime soon. So thankfully, there is more to the game to love beyond just a cat inside a mechanical suit. But come on, can you really resist Kiki’s kickass cuteness?
Gato Roboto is a great game that is designed well. I just wish there was more. This better not be the last we see of Kiki. I could definitely have spent another three or more hours in the world of this Gato Roboto. I hope if a sequel comes around we get to see some different mech types and some more power ups, but for $8 I have to recommend this game. It’s bite-sized Metroid and that is the highest of compliments I can give.