Just like we saw a resurgence of 2D platformers at the start of the indie game boom, it would appear that we're now witnessing a 3D platformer revival. As someone who grew up with the genre, I'm glad to see that style of game in 2017. Developed by Gears for Breakfast, A Hat in Time isn't a flawless victory for the 3D platformer revival movement, especially since it suffers from some issues that were common in the genre back in the day, but it's still a largely enjoyable adventure filled with the utmost charm.
You play as Hat Kid, an intergalactic explorer whose ship is attacked by a Mafia goon.
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