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Genre: Role Playing
Publisher: THQ Nordic
Release Date:
May 2021
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:01pm 25/05/21 | 0 Comments
Biomutant has been a long time coming, and it's a game we've been keeping tabs on for a few years. With the ambitious open-world kung-fu fable now out in the wild we've spent several hours in its post-apolapytic world, fighting and befriending all manner of cute and furry creatures.

And discover, yeah, it doesn't quite come together.
Biomutant isn’t the first game to do straight-up chore-style side quests, nor will it be the last. It’s just that with a number of cool things to discover throughout Biomutant, it’s a shame so much of the world is numerical, uninteresting filler. There are maybe 20 of these side quests all up, multiplied by x, so you end up losing count.

The flip side to this is the genuine surprise that comes from helping a fellow cute and fuzzy restore a mech, a controllable biped that you can customise with different bits and bobs and top it off with either a duck or dragon head. The same goes for finding a weapon part with elemental damage that you can then tinker with to try and make work on a new one-handed blade or automatic rifle. Each integral in helping you rid the Life Tree of another big bad Worldeater.

Our Full Biomutant Review