Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee - New 'n' Tasty for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee - New 'n' Tasty

Feb 11, 2016
8.33
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48th of 519

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About this game

Developer: Just Add Water
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Abe's back, and the original hero's about to face his oddest challenge yet! A mudokon chosen by the fickle finger of fate, Abe was a first class Floor-Waxer for RuptureFarms who was catapulted into a life of adventure. Late one night he overheard plans from his boss, Molluck the Glukkon, to turn Abe and his fellow Mudokons into Tasty Treats as a final effort to rescue Molluck's failing meatpacking empire! Can Abe change the fate of thousands and rescue the Mudokons? Can he escape the dark recesses of RuptureFarms and the desolate, uninviting, and downright terrifying surrounding environment? Lead our unlikely hero on his mission because if he doesn’t make it… Abe’s back on the menu!

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208 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
7.99
Jim SterlingJul 24, 2014
Just as Abe's Oddysee was a classic of the PlayStation era, so too should Oddworld: New n' Tasty be a classic of the modern age. More than just a remake, this is a contemporary puzzle-platformer that charms, exasperates, and delights. This is how you do a reboot. Whether you're new to the series, or a veteran of the PSX days, New n' Tasty is a damn fine slice of meaty entertainment.
Daan KoopmanApr 16, 2016
Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is quite a wonderful remake, even if it can't stay clear of its framerate problems. The game has seen a complete overhaul that feels right at home with the Wii U crowd. It is a lovely 2.5D puzzle-platformer where focusing on your surroundings is the highest priority. If you can forgive a few missteps and love to experiment, you will no regrets playing this one to completion.
Mick FraserJul 27, 2014
If anyone knows how to bring a classic onto modern stage, it’s Just Add Water. Not just an excellent port of a great title, but a solid game in its own right, Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is fully able to proudly rub shoulders with any puzzle-platformer released in the last ten years.

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