Cryogear for Nintendo Switch
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Cryogear

Aug 15, 2019
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Developer: PolarityFlow
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Cryogear is a unique Metroidvania inspired Pixel Art platformer, set in an open sci-fi world and driven by rewarded exploration. Control the reprogrammed clone G.3.4.R as he discovers the world, learns new abilities and unveils the mystery of the Emperor AI. Cryogear combines a versatile platformer core with exploration, shoot 'em up and RPG elements to an entertaining new game experience. Explore a dangerous open world with over 50 areas to discover. The changing world is filled with obstacles, boss fights, different enemy types, riddles, hidden areas, minigames and loot for a unique rewarding exploration experience. Cryogear features a full-scale RPG inventory, combined with equipment, skill and crafting systems. Switch freely between active abilities and weapons during the action, which allows dynamic, skill-based strategies for every situation. While progressing through the game, you get introduced to different new abilities, weapons, and equipment to customize your clone to match your playstyle.  Your clone G.3.4.R. is ready to boot up! A unique journey into the World of Cryogear awaits you..

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Dawson HeltonSep 10, 2019
While not my favorite metroidvania, Cryogear has some interesting concepts with its fun art style and fun exploration. This game felt slightly held back by its one tactic combat and somewhat vague story. Despite all that, I did find myself having a good time and I can say you should pick this up if you are a die-hard fan of the genre looking for a different twist on this style of gameplay.
J.P. CorbranNov 12, 2019
Cryogear brings some interesting new ideas to the genre, but unfortunately it doesn’t execute them well enough to really stand out. There’s a lot of depth to the gameplay, but most of it feels unnecessary and doesn’t influence the gameplay substantially. I’d love to see some of these ideas implemented more effectively, but as is it’s hard to widely recommend.

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