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About this game
Developer: Armature Studio
Content Rating: Teen
As one of the last remaining humans on a planet controlled by robotic foes bent on your destruction, you must forge friendships with a courageous group of robot companions, each with unique abilities and powers. Lead this band of unlikely heroes on an epic adventure through a mysterious, dynamic world. You can’t save mankind alone.
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Recore isn’t a disaster, as much as the bizarre structure and hoops it made me jump through left a bad taste in my mouth. At its heart, there’s a game with some good ideas and great spins on action-game conceits that don’t see a lot of play this console generation. When it’s working, Recore is a game that feels evocative of a different era of action games.
ReCore has the right stuff to be a truly great game, but technical problems and questionable design decisions hold it back from being what it so clearly could have become. That it’s still an enjoyable experience that I’d recommend to a majority of players is as solid an indicator as any that Comcept put together something special here.
Ultimately ReCore contains fun combat, an engaging lead character, cool customizable corebots, and a big world to explore filled with challenges. It hit a lot of the right notes and its biggest issues are of the technical kind which will hopefully be addressed in a patch or two. If you can look past the technical issues ReCore is a great title made even more enticing by its lower than normal price and is certainly worth taking a look at.