This 2D, action, platformer will take you to the edge of the abyss and then through it. Can you and your coop partner handle this sort of darkness?
If I’m one of a thousand people using Friedrich Nietzsche quotes in their Abyss Odyssey review, I apologize in advance. In one of Nietzsche’s more famous quote from Beyond Good and Evil, so states, “He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you.” The longer you play Abyss Odyssey, the more this becomes true. Right off the bat, there is no hand-holding. Sure, there's a training area and a few slides explaining how to do your most basic moves, but that’s it. All you know is that you are someone named Katrien, and you need to go visit a warlock living in the depths of the abyss. All the soldiers want you to kill the warlock, but are just... Read Review