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"Creativity-infused cartoon combat blends perfectly with trick-or-treating nostalgia to give this humorous little download some tremendous pull." - IGN.com
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Costume Quest is a Halloween adventure from Tim Schafer's Double Fine Productions. In this charming role-playing game, choose your hero and trick-or-treat through three beautiful environments full of Double Fine humor and story. Complete quests, build your party, and collect costumes along the way that allow you to transform into powerful champions and take down the evil Repugians. This heroic holiday tale will capture the imaginations of kids and kids-at-heart.
Continue the Costume Quest adventure with the Grubbins on Ice DLC pack, included free in the PC version! Face new enemies while collecting additional quests, costumes, battle stamps and creepy treat cards. Help the monsters overthrow Araxia to bring peace back to Repugia!
Old men tell sad talesObsessor | May 9, 2015 | See all Obsessor's reviews »
Well, I might not be very old, yet, hopefully... But this isn't really a game for adults, right? Wrong. It has lot's of humour even adult will appreciate. Turn based combat might not have much depth(2 skills to use + stamp passive perks), but it's still enjoyable. And it is very appropriate for younger audience. You can give Costume Quest for your/your neighbour kid to play, and it won't make him/her bloodthirsty murderer. He/she might develop a taste for sweets and revenge though.
Cute, adorable turn based RPGrincewind_it | Jan. 9, 2015 | See all rincewind_it's reviews »
Set in Halloween, Costume Quest is a cute RPG with turn based combat. After you select your character, you are thrown into the story: your sister (or your brother) has been kidnapped by goblins because they need candy and your sibling was wearing a giant candy corn costume...In battle a costume gives you power: if you are wearing a cardboard, you'll become a giant robot! Each costume has different abilities and attacks. The combat system is simple and weel animated, the cartoon style graphics is coloured and effective, there are many scenarios and a lot of items to collect.
A good introduction to turn based RPGsMadDemon64 | Dec. 29, 2014 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »
Costume Quest is an excellent way to introduce your child or younger sibling/cousin to the world of turn based RPGs. That is not to say that only little children will get enjoyment out of it, but that it is a very simple game and not in a bad way. Costume Quest has you take on the role of one of two siblings going for a night of trick-or-treating. Early on the sibling you didn’t chose gets kidnapped by goblins and it is your job to rescue them using the power of your imagination to fight off various enemies. Either that or you really do transform into a giant robot or unicorn and every time you battle enemies you step on more houses than Godzilla. Either way it is a silly premise to a silly story that is enjoyable, if not a bit simple. Speaking of simple, the combat system is bare bones, but not lacking. You get the standard “allies attack first by either attacking or guarding, followed by the enemies” system of turn based RPG, with your allies gaining access to special moves every so often in combat. These skills are dependent on the costume you wear, as are the actions you need to perform in order to do bonus damage while using a standard attack. Combat strategies are minimal but there. You will need to figure out which enemies you need to attack fist, either due to them dealing devastating spells or healing their allies, and certain costumes have better synergy than others. Costume Quest is a fairly fun, but easy romp through the neighborhood if you are not a child, and a good way to determine whether or not you are a fan of turn based RPGs if you are.
A child's fantasy turned to realitybibboorton | Sept. 9, 2014 | See all bibboorton's reviews »
This title showed a lot of heart. It's a child's fantasy turned to reality. These are the kinds of games that make Double Fine great. Its personality just shines through and we can connect with the game on a deeper level than just playing it. The combat system is great. Sure, it gets kind of repetitive a few hours in, but you can just change costumes to see other great attacks. Overall, it's a very enjoyable game that would make you remember how awesome your childhood was.
Adorale& funGingerokda | Aug. 16, 2014 | See all Gingerokda's reviews »
I spent hours without realising on this game! the game art is brilliant, the best is the comic strip style! Also all the side missions as well so you can take a break fro the main story, however it slowly started to become relative but it was still very enjoyable.