Degrees of Separation for Nintendo Switch

Degrees of Separation

Feb 14, 2019
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Developer: Moondrop
Content Rating: Everyone


Degrees of Separation is a puzzle platformer where cooperation is built into every move. Two contrasting souls, Ember and Rime, fall in love, but are separated by an enigmatic force, and must use their powers to progress through a spectacular world of fantasy and adventure.

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James JonesMar 18, 2019
Degrees of Separation could be a much better game. A ton of work went into creating a bedtime story in game form, and it succeeds. Some of the puzzles are good, and some of the variety in game worlds helps introduce new experiences at a regular cadence. However, too many negatives just leave you underwhelmed. Whether it’s the lack of polish, the short playtime length, or the number of weird bugs that can leave you completely frustrated.
Ed OrrFeb 21, 2019
For those looking for a challenge, Degrees of Separation does not scratch that itch. It is not even as problematic as Portal or weird as Grim Fandango. Once you have overcome the issues that Rime and Ember have in front of them, there is little reason to double back. Not even the option of a single player mode entices me to retread this tale.However, this tale is not a AAA experience. It’s a cute indie quest that takes you on a beautiful journey. It won’t change your world but I can’t help but recommend that you share Rime and Ember’s
Evan NorrisFeb 22, 2019
If you want to celebrate a relationship (or put one to the test), Degrees of Separation isn't a bad choice. It's just an unmemorable, undistinguished one. Its puzzling ideas, art, premise, and characters are full of potential, but its level layouts, solo play, and narration full of inconsistencies. In this Valentine's Day metaphor, it's six roses short of a dozen.


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