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PS4 Review: Toby: The Secret Mine

July 7, 2017 by  

A Limbo-style platformer? Count me in!

A peaceful way of life in a small village in the mountains was thrown into disorder. Someone has kidnapped most of its residents. A couple of brave hearts tried to rescue their friends but none of them has returned. Little Toby didn’t want to just sit and wait so he decided to find them by himself. He went to the near deep forest but he soon realized this is just a beginning.

At first glance, Toby: The Secret Mine looks like Limbo. It even plays a lot like Limbo. You play as Toby, who runs throughout the game finding his friends who have been captured, as well as chasing the main antagonist who is kidnapping the town’s folk. You’ll solve puzzles to push forward to the next area and while most are simple, they are fun.

The downside to Toby’s game is that it’s on the short side, I know Limbo was too…but that’s quite an old game now and the problem is that while Toby: The Secret Mine is a fun game, it just doesn’t have the same emotional impact that Limbo gave us. On the plus side, Toby is only cheap at £12. It’s charming in it’s own right, despite clearly taking inspiration from other games like it.

The Verdict

Toby: The Secret Mine is brief, but memorable. It clearly borrows ideas from Limbo, but does it well. It may not have the same emotional impact, but it does well enough to leave an impression.

Score: 7.0

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