JETT: The Far Shore is an action-adventure game from the Super Brothers studio (Superbrothers) And their first game since Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. In the following, we will take a look at the reviews and scores of this game.
JETT: The Far Shore invites you on an interstellar journey to find a planet for humans. As Mei, you will be the first to set foot on the legendary blue planet. With the help of your Jett you have to explore a huge and unknown land. Cross the roaring waves, conquer the quiet beaches and enter the transcendental forests. Resist hardships with a systematic world. This single story is told in five different chapters. Given the small size of the Super Brothers studio, it must be said that this project is ambitious for them. However, unfortunately, the end result does not seem to be as it should be and perhaps not. Minimum game reviews and scores that indicate this is important.
You do not have the ability to escape the horror of existence. But JETT: The Far Shore at least gives you a chance to try. The heavy narration is a good pair for its exciting gameplay.
Although a number of flaws prevent JETT: The Far Shore from reaching its full potential, Journey and Abzu fans will definitely enjoy the game.
God is a Geek 8/10
JETT: The Far Shore is a mystical journey that allows you to exist in a special, beautiful and unknown world.
Hey Poor Player 8/10
JETT: The Far Shore has truly provided transcendental experiences. With a special look, great soundtrack, and a spaceship that is controlled like a dream. Some of the game’s decisions will hit it in the end, but I still suggest this interstellar story.
IGN Italy 7/10
JETT: The Far Shore is a huge adventure that at its best conveys the feeling of freedom in an alien world to the open player. The playground is full of different ideas. But unfortunately many of them do not develop throughout the story. In terms of style, the contrast between the minimalist graphics and the orchestral soundtrack is fantastic and gives the game its own character.
PlayStation Universe 6.5 / 10
JETT: The Far Shore has a range of fascinating characters and its narrative is worth experiencing and playing. However, in the end, the unattractive gameplay brings it down and hurts the final experience. If you are not attracted by the narrative, you can get completely tired of the game.
Push Square 6/10
Despite its good visuals and intriguing ideas, JETT: The Far Shore never goes to the stars. Flying, drowning in the atmosphere and gathering information on an alien planet is fun and relaxing. But numb action scenarios and simple storytelling ultimately bring it down. There are definitely moments in the game that you will enjoy. But do not expect great experiences.
JETT: The Far Shore is an annoying space journey. Where a dazzling world and fascinating narrative are brought down by grumpy controls.
JETT: The Far Shore is at its best when it gives you complete freedom of action to reach your destination. Not when you are quietly suspended in space and someone is holding your hand at every step of the puzzle game. Unfortunately, the recurrence of the second scenario has hurt the final experience. The narrative of the game, although it has an engaging beginning, but in the end does not reach a satisfactory end. The protagonist of the game, Mei, seems to be completely separated from the story.
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