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You keep up with all of the news stories and updated news stories Family Friendly Gaming publishes on our website right?!? If so then you knew about Dread Nautical coming to the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. This downloadable only video game in the United States of America clocked in around three gigs. Family Friendly Gaming was given a code for Dread Nautical on the Nintendo Switch.

The first thing I noticed about Dread Nautical is the cruise ship. We got ladies in bathing suits, people gambling at the casino and more in the intro of Dread Nautical. Then things take a dark turn. The ship somehow goes to a real of darkness, despair, and dread. From there we get to pick one of four characters each with a different backstory. Which one will you choose? The loading times in Dread Nautical are a bit on the long side for my tastes.

Moving around in Dread Nautical is pretty simple. We move around by moving the cursor to where we want to go. This is very handy in determining if we can search a spot for certain gear. Dread Nautical starts us day one on deck one, then on day two we go to deck two, and so on. We pick up scraps, food, and runes. Food is used to feed the survivors including our main playable character. Scraps and runes are used to fix and improve our gear.

Graphically Dread Nautical is nothing to call home about. The characters have lumps for hands with no fingers. I think I might have seen a thumb here and there. The sounds are nice albeit a bit on the creepy side. We are very limited in terms of gear we can take with us on any given day. Weapons break, and characters need healing items. On the lowest difficulty setting (Normal) Dread Nautical gets challenging very quickly.

There is talk of souls in this horror SRPG video game. We are only allowed so many actions in each turn. Then the enemies will take their turn. Do not expect to one shot enemies very often in Dread Nautical. Even when we attack them from behind with a powerful weapon. The violent content is a bit hard to due to the darkness in Dread Nautical. Hardcore gamers may get into Dread Nautical. I do not see Dread Nautical as a game for families.


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Zen Studios
Developer: Zen Studios
Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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