The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk
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Developer: Studio Fizbin
The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk is far from being a bad adventure, game but it is nowhere near as good as some other recent releases. Neither the story or the characters really grab you, and some main characters even become unlikable. One of the few saving graces are the puzzle designs themselves which are put together really well. The balance is skewed toward the puzzles, while the story it is wrapped in becoming quite a forgettable and a boring affair at times.
Our primary criticism of the first game has been addressed, making The Last Wind Monk a much easier recommendation. Experimentation is now a breeze with touch controls and the expanded possibilities offered by character-switching mean puzzles feel more varied. It maintains the original's great writing and presentation, but offers a far better all-round experience, making it the best entry point for Switch owners into the eccentric world of Asposia.
The Last Wind Monk is the direct sequel to The Inner World, a colourful, fantasy, drama and black comedy graphic adventure in which players will have to use all their ingenuity to solve puzzles and riddles with a orthopedic gameplay but with a brilliant design.
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The Inner World - The Last Wind Monk takes several steps further than its predecessor and lands on the Nintendo Switch as a sequel that is full of places and moments to explore. Thanks to its creative puzzles, quality writing, sense of humour and plot elements, the players will find a lot to go around in this game, and the additional touch screen interaction adds it an additional welcome element that makes the game all more enjoyable.
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