Say No More Review
Posted: 2 weeks ago, last updated 11 days ago.
You automatically move around the office, and then the wider world, on a mission to get your lunch box back. It's super simple. You only have to press a single button. As you progress you can unlock different ways of saying no. This changes the reactions and chaos but doesn't substantially change the game.
It's a whacky game set in a world that doesn't take itself too seriously. Like Elite Beat Agents, what starts as a little silly develops into something thought-provoking. This is a very different claiming of power to games like Detroit Become Human but walks similar territory. Some may find the simplicity of the experience jarring, but as a novelty game to play in a family or school, it's unusual and enjoyable.
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