The first reviews of Twelve Minutes appear, confirming that production can both delight and bore you. The title gathers very diverse opinions, which should encourage players to try the game as part of the Xbox Game Pass.

Twelve Minutes will be available on Xbox Game Pass tomorrow, but today we can see the first production reviews. The situation is interesting, as the game currently scores 78% – although the list lacks not only 9/10, but also 53/100.

According to the first reviews Luis Antonio took care of the “accurate script”, Which makes production “work like a well-equipped machine”. In the lyrics, you will also find positive opinions about the actors – Daisy Ridley, James McAvoy and Willem Dafoe did not disappoint and made the characters a reality. Some journalists mention “excellent voice acting”, but others report that “characters and dialogues are unable to provide the much-needed emotional tone”

The gameplay is a classic way of pointing and clicking, which, however, is “related to the concept of a time loop”. The events are supposed to keep you in mind, and the puzzles themselves are challenging – although it’s very easy to “get stuck” and the movement shown from a bird’s eye view doesn’t always deliver the right level.

Journalists confirm this Some story themes appear to be “restricted by gameplay restrictions”. Some players are pleased with the “simple art style”, but there are also opinions that the place does not deliver the quality expected.

However, Twelve Minutes is very repetitive, and the “trial and error” gameplay is not for everyone. However, PC Gamer Editor had a lot of problems with bugs – due to one instance of the game being removed and unable to continue with the game.

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Twelve minutes – first reviews:

  • GamesRadar + – 9/10
  • GameSpot – 9/10
  • IGN Italy – 9 / 10.0
  • Fanboy Attack – 9 / 10.0
  • Gaming Trend – 9 / 10.0
  • Gameblog Blog – 9 / 10.0
  • Skinny game – 9 / 10.0
  • Worth playing – 9 / 10.0
  • IGN – 8 / 10.0
  • Detective Game – 8 / 10.0
  • Shack News – 8/10
  • Real achievements – 8 / 10.0
  • EGM – 8 / 10.0
  • Tear screen – 8 / 10.0
  • Windows Central – 7 / 10.0
  • We got that coverage – 7/10.0
  • Digital Trends – 7 / 10.0
  • Press start – 7 / 10.0
  • Blast network – 7 / 10.0
  • WellPlayed – 7 / 10.0
  • GameCentral Metro – 6/10
  • Telegraph – 6/10
  • GameSpew – 6 / 10.0
  • PC Gamer – 53/100