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Multiplayer.it (May 23, 2015)
Lemma è un gioco molto ben realizzato che ci permette di esplorare l'ambiente come mai prima d'ora. Un titolo che sfrutta perfettamente le dinamiche del parkour e alcuni piccoli puzzle per creare un'esperienza originale e divertente. Se vi piacciono le sfide, i mondi alternativi e le storie oscure dategli una chance. Se poi siete tra i fortunati possessori di Oculus Rift non c'è molto altro da dire: compratelo!
PC Gamer (Jul 08, 2015)
Despite wrapping up in a clumsy excess of ambition, Lemma is a thrilling experimental expression of the free-running genre.
Vandal Online (May 12, 2015)
A pesar de que tiene algunos detalles que no terminan de convencer, Lemma nos parece un juego recomendable, una apuesta original que a nosotros nos ha gustado, y que si te atrapa, puede convertirse en una experiencia de lo más satisfactoria. Además, su editor de escenarios e integración con Steam Workshop, sus desafíos contrarreloj y su compatibilidad con Oculus Rift le dan valor añadido. Eso sí, aunque a nosotros nos ha gustado, por lo particular de su concepto os recomendamos probarlo antes de comprarlo.
Brash Games (Oct 25, 2015)
I don’t want to be too harsh to Evan Todd and his small crew, I’m only disappointed that he appears to have worked so hard to step away from what makes much of Lemma such a joy. There appears to have been a crisis of confidence, a lack of faith that the simplistic nucleus would have been enough to sustain an entire game. As such, I can’t entirely recommend Lemma as a whole. There’s spikes of brilliance, individual levels which I’m speed-typing to go and replay, but far too many trenches to wade through to get to them.
DarkZero (Jun 11, 2015)
Still, the title is impressive to have been developed by a single person, who learnt the hard way about many video game design choices. It just didn’t captivate me gameplay wise, although I’m rather interested in seeing how the story closes out. Lemma certainly looks and sounds impressive with all kinds of different looking terrain, rainfall, brilliant lighting, animations of walls being willed into existence, and a soothing soundtrack to keep you going, until you’re panicked into running for you life as strange noises interrupt the peaceful world and you’re chased by beings of unknown origin that I can only compare to the black smoke from ‘Lost’, of course. If you really like puzzles and parkour mechanics, check this one out, otherwise you might not find what you’re looking for.