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Aerial_Knight's Never Yield 


Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download key to Aerial_Knight's Never Yield on the Xbox systems. I decided to play Aerial_Knight's Never Yield on the Xbox Series X. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield is a 2D side scrolling level based runner set in a 3D world. What I mean by that is there is depth the graphics but we stay on a set path and are always moving forward.

Endless runners bore me personally because there is never an end to them. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield fixes that problem by formatting into levels and having them end. That way we feel like we have achieved something and can change outfits before moving onto the next level. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield also has boss levels. Those can get intense with all kinds of objects coming at the player.

The issues families can have with Aerial_Knight's Never Yield are blood, violence, and more. I actually expected the violent content to be worse in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield. If you watch our live stream reacts videos you have already seen Aerial_Knight's Never Yield and our reactions to it. I don't recall our initial reactions to Aerial_Knight's Never Yield. I do know that I enjoyed playing Aerial_Knight's Never Yield.

The bonus levels in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield give families that retro feel. I was not able to connect to the main character in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield. I do like how the action slows down on the normal difficulty so we have time to react to the obstacle coming up. We dash through walls, jump over obstacles, slide under obstacles, and do a parkour side flip to go through or between certain objects. Timing those motions is key to survival in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield.

Aerial_Knight's Never Yield sounds good and it looks okay. Expect plenty of explosions in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield. Once we die we can yield or never yield. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield keeps track of how long it takes to beat a level and how many times we die. It can take an hour and a half to beat Aerial_Knight's Never Yield on normal mode. Then you can try tougher difficulties. There are also numerous outfits to unlock.

Aerial_Knight's Never Yield clocks in just under one gig in terms of size. The continuation points are put in good locations in my opinion. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield taught me to never assume the patterns will repeat. I played levels where a series of obstacles were used, and later on the same series of obstacles started to be used. I got complacent and expected the series to end the same way. It did not.

There are a lot of neat little touches done in Aerial_Knight's Never Yield. For example a drone robot will be in the background and come at us and start to chase us. Other times vehicles chasing us will crash and go into the background. I hope Aerial_Knight's Never Yield makes it into the physical copy realm. It would be neat to show this game off in one of our live stream FFG Haul videos.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 86%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 78%

System: Nintendo Switch/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X(tested)
Publisher: Headup Games
Developer: Aerial_Knight
Rating: ‘T’ – THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Blood, Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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