By Brett Wolfe
Reviewed on Xbox One
Released on July 12th for Xbox One, PS4, WiiU, and PC
Developer/Publisher: The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild
Finally, Tumblestone does look very pretty and has some nice designs, but the sounds get very repetitive and the cut scenes have no dialogue, just mumbled nonsense. When it comes to replaying this game, the only way I can see someone doing so is after purchasing the extra content and then I believe you would have to be really into puzzle games. I think this game was meant for the causal player to pick up every once and a while and I see that as how you will need to play this game without breaking a bunch of controllers. I was excited for this game when I saw that it was on Games with Gold, but it feels incomplete and I wish it didn’t. I wanted to like this game, but I just couldn’t.
*It’s worth noting that this game is $20 after Games with Gold. So pick this game up before August 15 if you want to play it because I do not think you will be getting your money worth with this title.
Final Score: 4/10
-Large Difficulty Spike
-Very Few Game modes
-DLC that should have been included in full experience