Nightmare uncertainty is the leitmotif of the Coma sequel.
Peet wakes up from his coma and his girlfriend is gone. Now he has to go out into a world where all the adults have turned into bloodthirsty lunatics. So there are many dangers out there that Peet must overcome to find his beloved girlfriend. Fortunately, he has his faithful baseball bat on hand.
A game that starts with the following text (below) you immediately become a little interested and thoughtful about. These are heavy topics to be addressed in one TV game and it’s not always like going home.
Never Song does not save on gunpowder, but goes directly into a nightmare and eerie atmosphere from the first second. The music, sound effects and voices create a gnawing anxiety and nothing is quite as it seems. You control the character through really nice handmade paths – but I would probably have seen that they could have animated our avatar a little better because it will be a little South Park over his stiff hopes and movements. When we later get a little more into the game, you forget about it and are invested in the puzzle and the story.
Never Song is not an easy game and it is not difficult to miss a detail and then have to run back all the way and pick up something or press something else. It is both once and twice you get to move across the entire course. At first it is really difficult, until you get hold of your baseball bat and then it becomes a little easier.
Never Song or Once upon a Coma as it was first called was released Steam already in 2019 but now it comes to console. I ran it on Xbox One X and the graphics look incomparably beautiful. The simple, yet well-made, graphics really enhance the gameplay.
“But after all, when Never Song not the game up to a recommendation ”, do you think? The reason for that is because of how good and interesting Never Song is so I can not stop comparing it with another title that did about the same thing but many times better and that is Danish Playdeads (same studio that made the favorite game Inside) Limbo, which was released ten years ago. It is based a bit on the same theme and mystery, but makes everything so much cleaner and nicer. With a little research, it turns out that Jonathan Brush flash game With that said, Neversong is not a bad game, it just does a little too little new to reach higher heights.