PC - Windows
One Dog Story
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About this game
Developer: Big Way Games
One Dog Story is an engaging pixel adventure game with RPG elements, gameplay that’ll get you hooked for hours, and well-developed characters. You wake up in an underground laboratory, free again after a horrific accident. Prepare to explore this expansive game world and its many secrets and mysteries.
- OS: Windows 7/Vista/8/10
- Processor: 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 320M+
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 1750 MB available space
- Sound Card: Any
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One Dog Story started out as an ambitious project, with many ideas and references that unfortunately seems to have fallen short when it comes to embodying its proposal. I was never fully engaged in the experience, and while I do commend Big Ways for pressing on and finishing the game, perhaps not every dog should have its day.
Usually when it comes to videogames, there are qualities that allow them to stand out, in a good or a bad way. One Dog Story doesn't quite have that distinction. For the most part, it's just a solidly built game. It does everything in its power to keep players occupied for several hours. Now, if the vehicle section was much longer, the save system was more limited, and the difficulty was more lopsided? That would be seriously problematic. Instead, this title is relatively breezy and entertaining. It's not a bad way to spend the time.
It's a shame about the game’s issues later in the campaign, because there’s a lot to like in One Dog Story. The art design is great, the story is interesting, and the combat is satisfying; but poor design and technical issues hold the game back from its full potential.