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GamingTrend (Jun 21, 2018)
Pode is breathtakingly beautiful, and a must have for any lover of puzzle games. The characters are simple but expressive, each with their own mechanics, physics, and skills, wandering a barren mountain which comes to life before your eyes. A co-op title at its core, Pode can be played in single-player with the same level of fun, and overflowing with puzzles that are fair and approachable while still offering plenty of challenge.
Garage Band Gamers (Jun 21, 2018)
Playing through Pode is like playing through a multiplayer version of thatgamecompany’s Flower. You appreciate the beauty of nature and also come to know friendship while exploring the wonders the artists have created. If you’re looking for a game that you can sit down and relax with, single player or with someone else, I definitely recommend this.
Nintendo Life (Jun 21, 2018)
With its subtle, relaxing and appropriate musical score, gloriously soft visuals and a simple yet emotional story, Pode succeeds in offering a generous and humble cooperative yet challenging 8-10 hours of content that will shine brightly - especially in among the assortment of fast-paced and frantic multiplayer games that we have right now on the eShop.
Gameplay (Benelux) (Apr 24, 2020)
Af en toe bots je op een puzzel die niet duidelijk communiceert wat je te doen staat, en wie in co-op speelt, zal merken dat de speler die Glo vertolkt vaak werkloos moet toekijken terwijl Bulder met kubussen zeult. Op je eentje kan het heen en weer wisselen tussen personages dan weer vermoeiend worden omdat - tenzij je elkaar een hand geeft - het andere personage je niet automatisch volgt. De sfeervolle graphics, betoverende muziek en fijne gameplay zorgen er echter voor dat je graag voorbij deze minpunten kijkt.
Way Too Many Games (Jun 21, 2018)
I will admit, I don’t ever have high hopes for a game that lacks a story, simple as that. If I don’t have a story, my mood is instantly filthy and I don’t feel a need to play the game. However, Pode turns out to be a pretty big exception to my concerns and left me very amusingly surprised. Despite some speed and depth perception platforming issues, the game has a lot going for it. The graphics are attractive, if at times simple. The difficulty is just right and increases at a smooth rate and will eventually test your thought process. The music allows the gamer to calmly get lost in a puzzle solving frenzy and the sound effects have extremely natural and believable characteristics. Pode is not to be confused with Tide Pods and trust me, this product is recommended for consumption by all ages.
74 (Jun 27, 2018)
Am Ende hat “Pode“ viel Potential, nutzt aber leider nicht alles komplett. “Pode“ ist Indie, aber “Pode“ ist aber auch viel Durchschnitt.
Video Chums (Jun 21, 2018)
Pode is a solid cooperative experience but its frustrating aspects unfortunately hold it back from being a great game. That being said, if you can't get enough cute co-op adventures then you certainly won't regret at least giving it a try.
MAN!AC (Aug 01, 2018)
Koop-Empfehlung: süßes und ansehnliches Rätselspiel mit zwei Figu­ren, deren Fähigkeiten sich ergänzen.
NintendoWorldReport (Jun 21, 2018)
Pode is a visually stunning take on the co-op puzzle genre, but misses the mark when it comes to pacing and execution. It was always an absolute joy to enter each room which was devoid of life, only to leave it booming with vivid colors and patterns. However getting to that point wasn’t always as enjoyable. The slow-paced nature lends itself better for co-op play, but even then it still gets a bit tedious and solo mode ends up being a bore. That’s not to say it isn’t worth checking out, but it’s geared towards a more dedicated puzzle fan, one who doesn’t mind working through some obtuse and frustrating gameplay.