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Supraland Six Inches Under





Supraland Six Inches Under 


A few months back Supraland Six Inches Under came to Xbox Game Pass. We downloaded it because it looked like it might have some potential. The lemmings in the majority of the gaming media outlets were falling down and worshipping Supraland Six Inches Under. We actually bring diversity of thought to video game reviews from the herd mentality of the corrupt gaming media outlets. I do not like Supraland Six Inches Under.

I am very open and honest about things. This game did not impress me. Supraland Six Inches Under is a first person action adventure video game where we must find coins to purchase better skills to progress farther in the game. The graphics are not that great in Supraland Six Inches Under. In fact they look like a generation or more back. The sounds are okay. The gameplay consists of looking around, jumping, crouching, and more as you earn the skills.

The characters in Supraland Six Inches Under remind me of Gumby. Just not as well defined or fleshed out. Initially I thought the characters in Supraland Six Inches Under were like stick figures with a bit more flesh on them, but Gumby came to me and fits this game quite well. The things you need to do to progress are not spelled out for you. For example heat up a metal ball in lava to burn things and light the way in a dark tunnel. I had to be told by Noah because it would have never come to me.

It is very easy to die in Supraland Six Inches Under. Especially when you come across enemies that attack you. The first person viewpoint and graphics did provide me with a nasty headache and some nausea. Things you grab may get stuck on something and left behind in Supraland Six Inches Under. I found this to be particularly annoying. I would have preferred a third person viewpoint in Supraland Six Inches Under personally.

It can take around eight hours to beat Supraland Six Inches Under. As far as I can tell from my research there is no physical copy for Supraland Six Inches Under. There was one for the previous game Supraland. The problem with the physical copy for Supraland is it is being sold by the controversial and highly divisive Limited Run Games. On top of that the price of the physical copy of Supraland is way too high.

I did not enjoy my time with Supraland Six Inches Under. This game is getting un-installed and will never be played again. Supraland Six Inches Under had some potential. It started interestingly enough with an astronaut being launched toward the house. Then there is some gardening happening by a human that sends the town into a shelter. The lava section was a real drain and a downer to me.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 55%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Supra Games
Developer: Supra Games
Rating: ‘T' for Everyone THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Violence, Blood}

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