ICEY for Nintendo Switch
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ICEY

May 31, 2018
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Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

ICEY is a 2D side-scrolling action game. As you follow the narrator's omnipresent voice, you will see through ICEY's eyes and learn the truth about her world. "Alright, you caught me! This ISN'T really just a simple 2D action game, and you WON'T be seeing through ICEY's eyes... NOR will you learn the truth about her world." says the narrator. ICEY is a Meta game in disguise. The narrator will constantly urge you in one direction, but you must ask, "Why? Why am I following his directions? Why can't I learn the truth about this world and ICEY's purpose here?" Fight against his tyranny, and uncover what's really going on for yourself! In fact, you can become ICEY, and let loose the shackles of your own identity. You are ICEY, and ICEY is you... if you want it that way. Feel free to keep hold of your own self, if you wish. Now Is the Time For You to Discover the Truth.

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Zachary MillerJun 07, 2018
If you like meta-commentary in your video games, ICEY might be right up your alley, but I found the narration to be overdone, overlong, and overly aggressive. I appreciate ICEY’s attempt to differentiate itself but…not like this. Not like this.
Richard AtkinsonJun 06, 2018
Battling your way through screens of mechanical enemies to reach the final boss won’t take very much time at all, but exploring the compact yet detailed world around you is enjoyable. Hidden are some thought-provoking snippets of narrative that touch on the hardships of developing games, for example, and the clever delivery of its storytelling is, at times, ingenious.
Damien GulaJun 07, 2018
I am always a bit intrigued by the use of religious imagery within a video game, especially through the lenses of other worldviews. What I have observed (specifically in anime or eastern developer video games) is that they usually winds up being like someone describing the plot of C.S. Lewis’ classic The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe as a large African cat and a frost mage fighting over the last nightstand at Ikea.

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