Roundup Review For The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe
Classic hit 2013 Stanley’s Parable is seeing new life this year, with a remastered and expanded version called Stanley Fables: Super Luxury releases for modern consoles April 27. Whether you’re a huge fan of the original or just thinking of checking out Stanley’s Fables for the first time, here’s a look at the Game reviewer to date.
In GameSpot Review of Ultra Deluxereviewer Jordan Ramée gave the re-release 8/10, calling it a “complete sequel”, praising the game’s new ending and how it was updated as a commentary on the industry. game industry today.
With reviews split between different publishing platforms, GameSpot’s sister site Metacritic There are no aggregate scores for any edition of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe yet, but initial reviews appear to be overwhelmingly positive.
- Game: Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe
- Platforms: PC, Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, Xbox One
- Developer: Crows Crows Crows
- Release date: April 27
- Price: $25
GameSpot – 8/10
“Ultra Deluxe is as compelling to play as the original game, perhaps even more so today due to its message geared towards the modern gaming scene. Some of the nuances are a bit off for you if you haven’t played. the game or at least paying attention to space goes back to 2013, as it relies on capturing how the conversation surrounding the game has evolved over the past decade.But, it’s an entertaining experience. mind regardless of whether you have it or not.” – Jordan Ramée [Full review]
IGN – 9/10
“Given how many secret paths and endings lie in Stanley’s Fable, it’s hard to say exactly how massive the new content in Ultra Deluxe really is, but I feel confident in saying that it does. comparable to the original with four to six hours of content to watch at least.There’s essentially a whole new game to play here and the idea that it’s presented as anything less. Perhaps one of its best jokes, some of Ultra Deluxe’s content takes place in entirely new areas that pretty much feel like a straight-forward sequel, while other additions play into the mix. out as remixed or altered versions of Stanley’s usual paths through the office.” – Tom Marks [Full review]
Nintendo Life – 9/10
“A thoroughly enjoyable expansion of an already classic game treated with love, care, and most importantly, a meta awareness that celebrates everything that has made The Stanley Parable so beloved. It might leave some questions smaller than what they want, but we wouldn’t want it any other way.” – Alex Olney [Full review]
PC Player – 88/100
“Once again, stepping into Stanley’s shoes makes the gameplay action fun, surprising, and at times a profound examination of the game and game development, players, and choices of players. players, and yes, even the consequences of pressing a button.” – Christopher Livingston [Full review]
Ars Technica – No points
“Whatever voice you need to hear—first, second, third, or eveneighth—I really hope you join in the fun that isTSP: UD. The plot and decisions of the original game are said to have lost some advantage due to time andother media are broadcasting similar jokesand the pacing of the game seems to slow down for years afterward. But it still brings joy and surprise to new players. For the batch veterinarians,Ultra Deluxegags and plot twists riff on the originalTSPthe entire game industry and a bunch of silly stuff in between, all of which caused so much laughter that neighbors knocked nervously during my testing period. “- Sam Machkovech [Full review]
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