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Review: Biped – A Polished, Nintendo-Style Experience That’s A Little On The Short Side

The true walking simulator.

The simple act of walking in video games is rarely, if ever, a challenging endeavour. It’s more likely that we’re asked to perform more complex moves like jumping, punching, or kicking, but walking is more of an immediate, automatic action that we probably take for granted. Biped flips this concept on its head, and makes walking the core foundation of its gameplay, offering a unique take on the puzzle-platform genre that we really enjoyed.

You can play Biped on your own if you wish and have a great time with it, but it’s really meant to be played with a friend over local co-op. Either way, you’ll have access to a variety of levels set in different biomes, including deserts, dense forests, snowy peaks, and more, all of which offer specifically tailored puzzles. The levels themselves are different whether you play in co-op or on your own, so it’s worth trying out both modes for the full experience.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

The true walking simulator.

The simple act of walking in video games is rarely, if ever, a challenging endeavour. It’s more likely that we’re asked to perform more complex moves like jumping, punching, or kicking, but walking is more of an immediate, automatic action that we probably take for granted. Biped flips this concept on its head, and makes walking the core foundation of its gameplay, offering a unique take on the puzzle-platform genre that we really enjoyed.

You can play Biped on your own if you wish and have a great time with it, but it’s really meant to be played with a friend over local co-op. Either way, you’ll have access to a variety of levels set in different biomes, including deserts, dense forests, snowy peaks, and more, all of which offer specifically tailored puzzles. The levels themselves are different whether you play in co-op or on your own, so it’s worth trying out both modes for the full experience.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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