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Gry OnLine (May 30, 2016)
The Way to prześliczny pixel art, naprawdę kapitalna i tworząca nieziemską atmosferę oprawa muzyczna i tony klasycznego miodu pod postacią eksploracji tajemniczej planety. Przy tym jest to gra wyraźnie wyróżniająca się świetnymi projektami lokacji, które na długo zagoszczą w mojej pamięci. Puryści będą czepiać się kulawej animacji bohatera i faktycznie – do płynności Flashbacka brakuje trochę ramek, ale nie jest to w tym przypadku aż tak ważne, bowiem program studia Puzzling Dream inaczej rozkłada akcenty. Autorzy powinni jednak popracować nad precyzją sterowania. Mamy do czynienia z przygodową platformówką, miejscami nawet skradanką i wymagającą grą logiczną, która ma szansę spodobać się również młodszym graczom, nie mającym prawa pamiętać klasyków, na które powołują się deweloperzy. Dla mnie The Way to naprawdę miłe zaskoczenie.
Worth Playing (Aug 17, 2016)
The Way isn't perfect. The wonky checkpoint system and the underlying feeling that the design was built on artificial padding makes the title feel a bit disingenuous. However, most of the puzzles can be fun because of the powers at your disposal, and the story is gripping enough that you'll want to see things through until the end, even if the game starts to grate. It may not completely capture all of the traits of earlier side-scrolling puzzle platformers, but it's worthy of a look from genre fans.
Brash Games (May 24, 2016)
The Way is a fun adventure, filled with difficult-but-fair puzzles and wonderful art direction, but often marred by clumsy control issues and poor checkpointing, made especially worse in a game filled with long backtracking segments. As a love letter to Amiga classics Another World and Flashback, it isn’t bad, but does it come close to the quality of those games? As I said earlier, it doesn’t.
Hooked Gamers (Jun 07, 2016)
There is minimal storytelling, however the narrative does come across quite effectively through the use of thought bubbles and notes found throughout the world. There’s a good amount of game here for the price too, and there are even a couple of different endings, however the large variety isn’t enough to overcome the constant backtracking and imprecise controls. This type of game is one from a bygone era, and although The Way does its best to bring it back from the past, there are just too many problems to make it a good modern game.
GameSpot (Jun 21, 2016)
Making your torturous, long trek across planets and galaxies to discover the key to the afterlife can be fascinating. It's a psychological examination of the human spirit and mind, and what we’re truly capable of when we can’t accept our losses. You have to spend several hours solving frustrating puzzles to see it through, but The Way’s poignant story is worth the occasional struggle.