Sky: Children of The Light is an artistic 3D platformer game that follows its predecessor, Journey. Developed by Thatgamecompany, who achieved fame for making Journey. Sky: Children of the light is available on Android, iOS, and the Nintendo Switch.
Today, we will be reviewing Sky: Children of The Light to find out how it stacks up against its predecessors. So, here’s what I think about the game.
A Brand-New World
Sky: Children of The Light features a brand-new world, with environments similar to that of Journey. With the main focus on exploration, visuals, and soundtrack, the game does an incredible job of providing the player with an immersive experience.
A player will often get lost in the game’s rich world, full of areas that are ready to be explored. A player will spend time exploring the levels, solving puzzles, and enjoying the visuals. From hidden forests to vast frozen wastes, each area has its own identity that the player will get to explore.
In most games, multiplayer usually means PvP or PvE, but in Sky: Children of The Light, things are slightly different. A player will often see other characters behind him trying to do the same thing as you. In this game, there isn’t an end objective.
What’s more, there isn’t exactly a world chat where you can chat with fellow players. The only interaction you will have with other players is by lighting a candle together or holding hands. Lighting a candle together will also make the player visible for you.
The Final Verdict on Sky: Children of the light.
Sky: Shadow of The Light is a visually stunning game, featuring a rich and unique world, coupled with some fantastic soundtracks. It does a great job of building its fantastic world with some breathtaking moments. It could even be regarded as the successor of Journey, which we never got.
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