Super Cloudbuilt Review


Made by KriSpy CharMZ

Imagine yourself that you were disconnected from your life and your own body. That is what Demi is experiencing and she must figure out what happened to her and what is going on. Slowly she is starting to piece everything together as you progress through the game.

   At first, I fell in love with this game. The Borderlands look to it made me happy as I like the way Borderlands looks. But slowly getting into it I found myself sinking way too much time into a certain level. I like the idea that you only have X amount of lives before you must restart the level over but it can be frustrating when you get towards the end of the level and you realize all your lives are gone. However, there are checkpoints throughout the game so you don’t have to worry about that too much. You can even create your own check points. There is another thing I dislike about the game and that is its controls. I don’t know if a different set of controls would be helpful or not but there’s just too much going on to move around with the controls. I personally didn’t get super far into the story so I can’t say much and for all my reviews I like to keep as much of that out of the review as possible so you can experience it yourself. The achievements look difficult. So if you’re an achievement hunter you might want to stay away from this game. An overall rating for the game will be roughly 7/10


A code was provided by the Publisher for the purpose of this review.


You can purchase Super Cloudbuilt from the Xbox Store Here


Release Date - Friday‎, ‎July‎ ‎28‎, ‎2017

Price - $19.99

Download Size - 1.35 GB



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