In an age, where $80.00 loot box gambling simulators rule the gaming industry, Cat Quest at just $12.99 was, and still is a total lifesaver for me!
Not a single game has come out recently, of which I have personally found worthy of a purchase, because I’m not into spending hefty amounts of money for games that are only 25% complete.
And not only are they just 25% complete upon release, but then they expect you to play for thousands of hours just to unlock the characters, or special items you bought the game in the first place to use.
If you don’t feel like spending the time to unlock the goods you want, well then… be prepared to make it rain.
Because you’ll be spending a ton of money just to unlock the items you want, because now the gaming companies have gotten smart, and no longer allow you to purchase the items you want to use directly… now you have to gamble for them instead.
All of this bullshit is absent from Cat Quest, and the only thing you’ll get out of this gem of a game, is pure fun!
Oh, and the nostalgia train will be full steam ahead to boot, if you’re an old coot like me, and grew up playing games like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
The game is all heart, and if you’re a cat lover like me, the game is also downright hilarious, and my video below is a testament to this fact.
The art, music, and overall progression of the game is absolutely amazing, and you can’t help but eek out another quest whenever you have the time to do so.
I have already completed the main quest of the game, and thankfully, my best friend replay value is totally present in Cat Quest.
There are secret encounters, secret dungeons, and secret non-playable characters scattered all throughout the game to discover, which gives you tons and tons of more game to explore, once you have completed the main quest.
Which in my opinion… is never a bad thing.
With all that being said, I highly recommend Cat Quest to any and all gamers.
And if I did give out ratings, this game would certainly earn the highest one I could possibly bestow, because to me, it is a purrfect game indeed!