Undertale for PC
PC - Windows

Undertale

Sep 15, 2015
9.35
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Excellent
6th of 27569

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: tobyfox
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

In this RPG, you control a human who falls underground into the world of monsters. Now you must find your way out... or stay trapped forever.

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 10
  • Processor: 2GHz+
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB
  • Storage: 200 MB available space

Minimum

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 10
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128MB
  • Storage: 200 MB available space

Gamer Reviews

122409 Reviews
9.57
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0 review
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Oct 10, 2021

I first played it when it came out on Xbox with xboxgamepass, before that I just watched gameplay of the game, when it came on xbox, i didn't think that it would be good but I still tried it.

Story: A realm where monsters were banished after war broke out with humans. ... Most of them are fought, with the human choosing whether to kill them or to spare and even befriend the monster. During their travels, the human learns the cause of the war between humans and monsters. And suddenly you dropped into a place full of monsters and you're human. The monsters there hates human and you're supposed to find a way out of the place. I'm not gonna spoil the story because it's a masterpiece.

While doing so, you'll face by monsters who are trying to kill you, you could either kill them or spare them, each choice you do matters alot. And once you kill, the people will know and they'll hate you. One thing that makes undertale amazing is the Characters, they are so likeable. I'm not gonna spoil it but it's something you should experience blind without any spoilers. Though, the game has been out for years and you've probably seen most of the characters but if you haven't, then don't search for spoilers are it can lead to you leaving the game as you seen alot of spoilers already.

Music: Undertale has amazing music, especially boss fights, the music really fits with the background scenery. It's a type of music you would want to hear for the rest of your life, the music gets better the more you progress through the game.

Here's the Full Ost of Undertale (It's amazing) :https://youtu.be/TIokr8jJPkM

It takes about 2-6hours to complete the game. And once you're unsatisfied with your outcome of the game, you could always restart and change it. Playing it a second time makes you appreciate the character writing and design the developers created.

Undetale is amazing, once finishing it, you would either hate it and move on or you want more of it. Its music is something i cannot forget. 10/10. And, As of now, October 10,2021. Deltarune demo is out and you could try it before the full game comes out.

Undertale is a game which i wanted for so long, a short story-rich game which i want more of after completing it. A short game which you could finish in one night and for most poeple, they want more of it. And that what makes undertale "undertale"?. I mostly love it because of its music.

Nov 30, 2020


Jan 11, 2021
The best game ever

Critic Reviews

34 Reviews
9.13
Austin WalkerSep 25, 2015
Undertale feels less like passively watching a sitcom and more like bullshitting with old friends, and this gives the game the disarming effect that smart comedies often have. Because Undertale made me laugh, I was able to trust it when it wanted to shift in tone to address trends in contemporary game design and culture. The result is a game that has both an anime loving dinosaur doctor and the resonant message that we can love games (and lots of other things) without feeling the need to wring every last ounce of content from them.
10.0
Kallie PlaggeJan 12, 2016
It's hard to express just how much I adore Undertale without spoiling anything significant, but that's what I love about it. It tells its story in such a dynamic way, and with such a great understanding of the RPG player’s mindset, that it couldn’t have been told in any other way. It's a masterfully crafted experience that I won't forget any time soon.
Richard CobbettSep 29, 2015
The fact that this is basically a one-person project only makes it more impressive, from the excellent use of simple graphics to convey emotion, to the fantastic lo-fi soundtrack. It may or may not be the best RPG you play this year, but it’s certainly going to be one of the most worthwhile—as memorable as anything in, say, The Witcher 3, and every bit as worthy.

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