게시 일시: 2015년 6월 29일
I recommend this game to certain types of gamers. It's very charming and sweet, but it is a little formulaic and tightly scripted and linear. As someone who only started playing video games again a year or two ago, this is really in my wheelhouse and I can totally see others would find it somewhat tedious. It's a pretty standard but minimal RPG: every encounter is planned, there are no truly random encounters, there is no way to grind and there are few real choices, except finding out what costumes and battle stamps work best together. But there are all kinds of neat stuff, such as the trick-or-treating aspect and all the cute themed side quests like bobbing for apples and trading cards with other kids. The dialogue and the whimsy are its strong suit. I loved finding out what costumes would look like in battle and what their special abilities would be. I personally loved the collecting candy aspect. I could pail-bash as many garbage cans as they put in front of me! After completing Grubbins on Ice, I highly recommend you play it after Costume Quest because I think the story works better that way. I liked that environment especially.