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Garage Band Gamers (Nov 18, 2014)
Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is an enjoyable entry in the series. Is it the best that could come from it? Doubtful, but it’s certainly fun if you enjoy the top-down Zelda games. With solid gameplay, a fairly large map to explore with secrets and character cameos from the show, there’s something here for fans and non-fans alike. Of course, if you don’t like top-down adventure games, you’ll want to shy away from this one. With a length of 6-10 hours (depending on how lost you get and what extras you choose to do), there’s quite a bit to do. And of course, you can always play through it again with added challenges (like not upgrading anything) and stuff to discover.
Hardcore Gamer Magazine (Nov 26, 2014)
Wayforward has scraped by with The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom. Its inspirations are pure, and give birth to some solid if all-too-familiar mechanics, but it’s ultimately a disappointing adventure that squanders source material that remains begging for a true video game adaptation. With that said, fans of the show will likely still enjoy the journey, despite its faults. Gamers looking for an adventure of the same quality as A Link to the Past, however, should save their money; nothing of the sort will be found here.
Push Square (Dec 14, 2014)
Adventure Time: The Nameless Kingdom doesn’t always capture the vibe of its source material, but it comes pretty darn close. The heavy Zelda influences, humorous quests, and visuals are all on the right track, with our chief complaints being the inconsistent dialogue, lack of guidance, and barebones content. Fans of the show will probably have a blast here, and even newcomers may find some value in its retro RPG structure – but don’t expect this adventure to last a very long time.
Random Access (Jun 15, 2018)
Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom sounds fine, looks alright, and controls just fine. And it should, because Nintendo made it first. WayForward? More like WayBackward to find ideas.
Digitally Downloaded (Dec 22, 2014)
Adventure Time fans may enjoy this, though my two children, two massive Adventure Time fans, could not stay interested for more than half an hour, leaving me by myself to struggle through so I could write this review.