Undertale Made me Feel

* Let’s join the hype and try this game out, I’m sure it’s definitely worth the shot after all.

* But no way I’ll play it pacifist like all these wimpy hippies, that wouldn’t be original.
* “I’ll poop on the flowers and kill the monsters!” I said to my friends.
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* Eh…

Undertale is a wonderful little nugget of pure gold. It may lack the visuals of a modern triple A title but it realizes its characters in a much deeper way.
It is a game where the only real monster you might actually meet, depending on your way to play, is yourself. It is a masterpiece from start to end.
The story line is really well orchestrated and a real pleasure to discover through your adventures.
The whole game is filled with secrets, puns, references and other jokes that will constantly make you smile.
the soundtrack sticks with you, sometimes I found myself just hanging around listening to the amazing music. Every melody, every note fits its environment and situation perfectly. It is a pure and perfect osmosis.

Every character has his own unique and strong personality, and you quickly become attached to each and every one of them. You will feel truly happy for some, deeply sad for others. And some will terribly miss you…

Mettaton <3<3<3

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I made some decisions at some stages of the game because I couldn’t find an alternative way (the way was there I just missed it) and I really regret most of those decisions. All I know, is that my goal to not make the same mistakes again the second time around “Filled me with determination!”

At the end of my journey I only have one regret: knowing that this world and these wonderful characters that I’ve met and love so much are finally nothing more than bunches of pixels and lines of code. Toby Fox should feel really proud of what he has accomplished with Undertale.

I couldn’t recommend this game more, once again, it is a pure masterpiece.

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* Glad I changed my mind at the end, pacifism always avoids some extra bad times…

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I like games. But I'm picky these days. I love great story telling, or a game that provides a challenge. Preferably both. Moved away from competitive gaming recently as I prefer to focus my time on the above.

Liamoluo

I like games. But I'm picky these days. I love great story telling, or a game that provides a challenge. Preferably both. Moved away from competitive gaming recently as I prefer to focus my time on the above.

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