Indivisible Review

Indivisible reviewed by Kyle Campbell on PC, also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

True to its name, Indivisible should be taken as a whole to understand what makes it a unique roleplaying game. Whether it’s watching Ajna and her friends growing close or theory crafting combos through party synergy, this is a game about the importance of cohesion. Sure, the plot is a bit predictable at the beginning, and there are some irritating difficulty spikes thanks to overly long boss HP bars, but those few lows are never enough to take away from how fantastic the story and gameplay are as a whole. Amidst all its moving parts, Indivisible finds its center, and opens its third eye.


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