The 2013 cult classic The Stanley Parable gets new life this year, with a remastered and extended version called The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe releasing for modern consoles on April 27. Whether you’re a huge fan of the original or just thinking of checking it out. The Stanley Parable for the first time, here’s a look at what critics think of the game so far.
In GameSpot’s review of Ultra Deluxe, reviewer Jordan Ramée rated the re-release 8/10, referring to it as “a sequel in all but name”, praising the game’s new endings and how it has been updated as a commentary on the games industry. from today.
Con reseñas divididas entre varias plataformas de lanzamiento, el sitio hermano de GameSpot, Metacritic, aún no tiene un puntaje total para ninguna edición de The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, pero las primeras reseñas parecen abrumadoramente positivas.
- Juego: La parábola de Stanley: Ultra Deluxe
- Plataformas: PC, Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One
- Desarrollador: Cuervos Cuervos Cuervos
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 de abril
- Precio: $25
GameSpot — 8/10
“Ultra Deluxe es tan intrigante para jugar como el juego original, tal vez incluso más hoy dado que su mensaje está dirigido al panorama de los juegos de hoy en día. Algunos de los matices se perderán un poco si no estuvieras jugando. o al menos prestando atención al espacio en 2013, ya que depende de tener una idea de cómo ha evolucionado la conversación en torno a los juegos en la última década. Pero es una experiencia entretenida independientemente de si tienes ese contexto o no”. — Jordan Ramée [Full review]
IGN — 9/10
“Given the amount of secret paths and hidden endings that The Stanley Parable contains, it’s hard to say exactly how big the new content in Ultra Deluxe really is, but I feel safe in saying that it’s comparable to the original with four to six hours of stuff to see in Essentially there’s a whole new game to play here, and the idea that it’s being presented as something less is probably one of its best jokes Some of the content in Ultra Deluxe takes place in brand new areas that practically feel like a direct sequel, while other additions play out as remixed or altered versions of Stanley’s usual paths through the office”. –Tom Marks [Full review]
Nintendo Life — 9/10
“A thoroughly enjoyable expansion of an already classic game treated with love, care, and most importantly, a meta-awareness that pays homage to everything that made The Stanley Parable so beloved. It may leave a few wondering more than they that they would like, but we wouldn’t want it any other way. –Alex Olney [Full review]
PC Gamer — 88/100
“Once again, putting yourself in Stanley’s shoes turns the act of playing a game into a hilarious, surprising and at times deeply thoughtful examination of games and game development, players and player choice, and yes , even the consequences of pressing a button”. –Christopher Livingston [Full review]
Ars Technica — No rating
“Whatever voice you need to hear it in, first, second, third, or even eighth, I strongly urge you to partake in the joy that isTSP:UD. The original game’s plot and decisions have arguably lost some of their edge due to time and other media playing similar jokes, and the game’s pacing feels sluggish so many years later. But it still has fun and surprises for new players. For series veterans, the newultra luxuryriff gags and plot twists in the originalTSPthe entire games industry and a lot of nonsense in between, all while eliciting laughs so big that concerned neighbors knocked on my door during my trial period.” — Sam Machkovech [Full review]
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