Shu for Nintendo Switch
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Shu

Jan 23, 2018
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Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

When the great and terrible Storm destroys Shu's village, he embarks on a desperate journey to survive. On his travels he'll encounter stranded villagers; survivors of the devastation that need his help. In return for his assistance, these peculiar characters will grant Shu unique special abilities that he can use to traverse the treacherous path ahead. Their only hope is to work together, in search of sanctuary - and a way to stop the Storm. Can you outrun the end of world?

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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
7.50
Matt WestJan 18, 2018
If you’re looking for a solid platformer, you may find Shu to be your remedy. While it never really shakes up the genre, it ticks all the boxes that platformer fans enjoy. Shu’s main campaign doesn’t last very long, just a handful of hours, but it’s designed so that players will want to continue playing to find every collectible and improve their timing. If you’re the kind of player that likes that sort of challenge, Shu may just be for you.
Anthony BacchusJan 24, 2018
Shu is a charming and elegant little platformer that surprised me with its fast, but also calming, gameplay. By not including enemies in the game, the focus never waivers from its excellent platforming and wonderful level design. The new mechanics that sporadically pop up from time to time ensures the pacing is kept fresh. The sudden spike in difficulty when the evil Storm arrives never feels frustrating thanks to its thoughtful checkpoint system.
James HigginbothamFeb 05, 2018
The actions of the characters are stiff but somehow the developer still created smooth and flowing gameplay. The platforming itself is complaint free and, once again, the score and level design are beautiful. The key word for this review is relaxing. Shu didn’t blow me away as a platformer but it’s still a really solid and enjoyable game.

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