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Developer: Oddworld Inhabitants
Content Rating: Teen
Oddworld Soulstorm represents a big visual and cinematic leap aiming that breaks new ground for Oddworld. With intelligent new mechanics and twisted new devices which enable highly explosive deviousness. This is a dark parable that tells an epic tale of a volatile society pushed to its limits."
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As a free PS Plus game, Oddworld: Soulstorm warrants some curiosity, but little beyond that. The regular checkpoints make it easy to play in quick chunks that lessen the likelihood of encountering something glitchy. Longer sessions tend to be frustrating. It's a pity Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus is only on PS3, for the time-being, as this does make a revisit appealing. At least those Sligs are less prone to malfunction.
Oddworld: Soulstorm may not exceed your expectations, but it’s a nice reimagining of Abe’s Exodus. There’s a couple of hindrances like the throwing and stealth mechanics, but that doesn’t overshadow Oddworld: Soulstorm good feats like challenging levels, its nice visuals on PS5, and its amusing sets of characters.
Oddworld: Soulstorm's bugs are a huge downside and keep the game from reaching the same heights as its predecessors. The original version of the game, Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus, is a much more polished experience and it may be best for players to check out that one instead while they wait for Oddworld Inhabitants to fix the many issues that Soulstorm is currently dealing with.