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Cult Of The Lamb, As Told By Steam Reviews

A creature gets squeezed by a tentacle.

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Cult of the Lamb, the roguelite adventure game Kotakus individual Ari Notis called dizzyingly original in his review, is developing its followers unwavering faith. But I havent yet played the overall game, released on August 11, therefore, as an unshorn California girl in the 60s, I want you to definitely show me the light. What better spot to think it is than on Steam?

Hm. Sunlight, its reflection on ocean waves, and the battery-powered lights inside this Polly Pocket party bus from 2004 are perhaps all more pure resources of metaphorical and physical light than Steam. Also, they are, undoubtedly, better sites of salvation than most websites for gamers (said respectfully as someone having an active Reddit account).

But Polly Pocket cant tell me everything I have to find out about Cult of the Lamb, like the way the games dazzlingly colorful play combines building sim elements, role-playing elements, and a randomly generated world for a tale centered around learning to be a popular and powerful lamb god. Polly Pocket doesn’t have a brain.

Cult of the Lamb, excitingly, is attractive to both Hades and Animal Crossing fans. Like Hades, the overall game uses repetition to create and expand its universe, that is filled up with snuggly bug-eyed creatures like Animal Crossing. The titular lamb, possessed albeit still cute, can be like a TikTok content creator, except it could incorrectly be observed as more worth worship because of it devoid of thumbs to commit tax fraud with. The lamb continues to be a selfish manipulator, though, and the overall game devilishly prompts its players to wonder if as an empty-headed husk with a flock is more pleasurable than their morals want it to be.

My Kotaku coworkers gave Cult of the Lamb two cloven hooves up, and on Steam, a lot of the, by writing, 18,342 reviews are enthusiastically down with the reason. So shop around, sheeple, this is exactly what youre designed for.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

Most of the reviews that are positive are about poop, that is an important section of any growing cult members nutritious diet.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

There are several non-believers. Primarily, players are frustrated with the games bugs (that your developers appear to be actively focusing on).

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

Some faith just must be blind.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

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