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    Return to Grace Review

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    In Return to Grace, you land on a planet that has been uninhabited for hundreds of years, with some AI you will uncover the mystery of what happened. Here is our Return to Grace Review.

    The game was developed and published by Creative Bytes Studios, it was released on May 30, 2023, for PC and released for Xbox Series S|X, and PlayStation 5 in 2024.

    Return To Grace is in a way just a walking simulator, but it gives you just enough to the in-between walking from point A to B that it doesn’t bore and makes you want to continue. There is a mystery that you slowly pull the curtain off of and learn more and more about what happened on the planet but also what the goal was for the planet. At first, you just come to the planet to learn, when this planet fell, so did all the knowledge of the world that was saved somewhere, and history from before the fall was only passed on through word of mouth.

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    It’s a simple concept, but a really cool one. in your adventure, you will get the help of some AI buddies they both guide you through the planet but also help you learn more with the puzzles. There are multiple endings you can get based on what you do and to what AI you will listen to, there are 3 AI, Control, Empathy, and Logic. Each of them is what the name is, they all have their own quirks and reasons to help you, but one of them might not really want to help you.

    Return To Grace Review - Puzzle

    The puzzles are pretty simple most of the time, it’s moving things around, pushing buttons in a specific order, and pushing buttons in a specific shape. Besides that, there are a few other things as well like finding Wish containers and then hacking into them by moving a ball to the right spot to gain access to the voice memos. It adds more story but also gives you some extra things to do and while some of it is extra, even the main stuff is already enough to give you a good experience.

    Its visuals on screenshots before starting kinda put me off, and I thought I would not like it at all, but pretty quickly I changed my mind and was nothing like I thought it was going to be. Yes, it is “just” a walking sim, but it’s a darn good one that is just a compact game to experience at least once. Visually it feels both like a dystopian future and also like a retro 80s game at the same time, it’s a pretty strange thing to see but everything fits together perfectly.

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    Author

    • Dex Fragg

      Founder of Game Craves and Reviewer.

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    SUMMARY

    It's a nice and laid back experience with a story that makes you think about what the right choices will and and if you are doing the right thing

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    It's a nice and laid back experience with a story that makes you think about what the right choices will and and if you are doing the right thingReturn to Grace Review