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Collapsed is a post-apocalyptic, rogue-lite, Metroidvania-ish action-platformer. Published by OverGamez and developed by Glaive games, it features procedurally-generated levels and loot-based progression that lends itself well to a variety of playstyles. If that sounds appealing to you, congratulations, you’ve found a worthwhile time killer. If not, you should still find this video enjoyable. Take the trash talk with a Nintendo Switch-sized grain of salt. This is KIND OF a review, but not really. Instead of a score, the verdict is this: If you enjoyed Dead Cells buy this game. Collapsed is Dead Cells’ little brother and more than worth the price of admission. If you’re not a fan of the genre, it’s still worth the 15.00 USD you pay for it but is just as easily ignored. Either way, I hope you have as much fun watching this as I did making it.

Collapsed is available on Nintendo Switch and PC (on Steam) for 15.00 USD, and is worth the price to those who love rogue-lites. Stay tuned and follow for more gaming news, lifestyle topics, and geek culture from Lv1 Gaming. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and click HERE for more original content. Share this with your friends as well! #wheregamingbegins

Also, I don’t care what this graphic shows. I DID NOT give this game a “0” rating. I didn’t rate it at all. Don’t freak out, gamers, not everything is about numbers.

Collapsed

$15.00
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No Score. Buy what you like!

0.0/10

Pros

  • Loot is shared between characters
  • Good enemy variety
  • Mega Man-style wall jump

Cons

  • Can't choose the area you respawn in
  • Bosses are just giant versions of normal enemies
  • Missing multiplayer co-op (included in Steam version)
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