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    Indivisible Review

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    Indivisible RPG side-scroller with timed battle mechanics that are all bound to different buttons and recharge speeds. Here is our Indivisible Review.

    The game was developed by Lab Zero Games and published by 505 Games, it was released on October 8, 2019, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, and for the Nintendo Switch it came out in 2020.

    In Indivisible, you play as Ajna, she was found as a baby and was raised by a great warrior. While her “dad” was hard on her during training, the village got attacked and the man who raised her got killed by the leader of the invader, but after battling him, a strange thing happens and you suck him into your mind and keep him there. During your journey, you will get more people in your head and they will come out during battle to help you out. It’s a cool story that makes you wonder right from the start what is going on and is a big driving force to want to continue the game just to find out more.

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    The game reminds me a bit of Metroidvania games with its traversal, but when you find an enemy, that’s when the real unique gameplay starts. Each person is mapped to a different button, for me playing on PC it was the WASD keys, but for the console version, I expect it to be the main buttons as well. So each person could attack 1 time in the beginning and 2 times pretty early in the game, which will get higher later. some people take longer to charge, but those attacks are usually a bit better as well or do damage against more than 1 opponent.

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    For me, the game was a bit too slow, but I see the appeal of the game, but for me, the art was amazing, the characters all looked super cool and all the areas had some amazing art. The combination of those just fitted so well together and still made the characters stand out as much as possible.

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    SUMMARY

    With art that is just so pleasant to look at and with a story that keeps you engaged, it makes for a great game to try out, even if you dont like the main gameplay.

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    With art that is just so pleasant to look at and with a story that keeps you engaged, it makes for a great game to try out, even if you dont like the main gameplay.Indivisible Review