ReCore PC Reviews (Critic Reviews)

Rating: 58/100 – Based on 6 Critics – Genre: Action/Adventure

80 – Pixel Cereal
I’m not at all disappointed with ReCore despite some of the technical issues currently experienced. The game is fun, fast paced, and I was engaged in the story but after you finish the game once, chances are you won’t go back to it for some time(if ever) unless you really want to conquer those challenge dungeons.
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75 – THM Magazine
ReCore for Xbox One and Windows 10 will probably please all the “old school” gamers, despites some (huge) technical issues.

66 – Geek Culture
ReCore is a mishmash of several ideas that look good on paper, but don’t actually complement each other well in practice. The game is still pretty fun and retains a good amount of entertainment value, though it doesn’t quite live up to the pedigree of some of it’s creators. Metroid Prime this ain’t.
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60 – USgamer
ReCore is a style of game we haven’t seen in a while. Part Mega Man Legends, part Metroid Prime, ReCore puts exploration and platforming at the forefront. With your trusty corebot pals, you’ll double jump and dash through an open world and some damned fiendish dungeons. While ReCore trips up a bit with some odd combat and gating mechanics, it’s still worth your time if you remember how platforming was in the old days.
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40 – Games Radar
ReCore begins promisingly. You are Joule, a young woman sent to help terraform the planet of Far Eden.
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30 –  TechRaptor
There’s a good game buried somewhere in ReCore, but it’s lost in the massive inconveniences the game throws at you. From constantly refusing to let the player move on until they complete side content (even in the middle of dungeons) to loading times that put Sonic 2006 to shame. This ensures that ReCore starts off interestingly and ends up horrid.
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Release Date: Sep 13, 2016

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