When I saw that Nobody Saves The World was done by the same developers behind Guacamelee, I knew it wasn’t going to let me down. And after I played the game for a bit, I’m happy that I was correct.
Nobody Saves The World is a Top-Down Action Adventure game with RPG elements. Your main character gets a skill tree and skill points which you can use to unlock new forms to transform into and new abilities for each form. You probably can already see where this is going. Yes, this game is pretty much like an old-school Zelda game and that’s a good thing.
The gameplay feels really good. It’s responsive and there’s no delay. It just clicks the way you expect it. The upgrade system makes sense and has just the right amount of complexity. Overall, the system is easy to understand.
I really enjoyed my first time playing the game and honestly want to keep playing it for longer. The graphics are well done too with a unique style. And you can see there’s going to be a lot humor in the story. The only thing that was a bit of a let down was the audio side of it but it didn’t seem bad either. Just ok and enough.
Nobody Saves The World is definitely a game I would recommend as far as I know. Based on what I played, if you enjoy old-school Zelda games, this is definitely a game for you. And there’s another part that called my attention that I wasn’t able to check in my First Play. Apparently, the game lets you go online and play it cooperatively. That honestly sounds pretty amazing.
You can check out the video of my gameplay session below:
Link-NM is the administrator of N Masters, Makendo Central, and aspiring indie game developer at NovaFan Games. His favorite game franchises include Mega Man X, The Legend of Zelda, and Mario Kart.