The Swords of Ditto Video Review
At a time where video games seem to be on the upswing of maturity, tackling sociological issues, familial matters, mental illness, and so much more, it can be difficult to find a game that sits so neatly between being family friendly and being too childish. Any outing involving the iconic plumber has always been the safest bet for multiplayer games, but what about for those of us who just want a bit of wholesome fun? The Swords of Ditto is an adorable and fantastic medium, including challenge, intrigue, heroism, toys, stickers, and that Saturday morning cartoon nostalgia all rolled into one. 11bitbeyond created a game so enjoyable and whimsical it becomes hard to put down. Don’t believe us? Check out the video review below.
The Swords of Ditto is a compact RPG inspired heavily by classics like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Waking up as the destined hero of legend, players will take their procedurally generated character through dungeons, puzzles, and colorful forests to collect the toys of legend and break the anchors binding the evil Mormo to this world. Should you defeat Mormo, the island of Ditto will remain safe for 100 years. Should you fall at any point, Mormo will go unopposed for another century and plunge the world into darkness until the fight happens again.