Everett Reviews Video Games: Yooka-Laylee, Among Us and Moving Out

(CS: Obviously, as the title promises, this is written by my son, Everett.)

Welcome to the latest post of 'Everett Reviews Video Games'. 

Today I am going to review Moving Out, Yooka-Laylee and Among Us. Since I have not done one of these in a long time, I am going to do a bonus where I will be comparing Animal Jam Classic and Animal Jam Play Wild. to see which one is better. 

Let's start with Yooka-Laylee. It is a 3D platforming version of an open world game with some RPG elements. You collect quills that give you new moves that you can do in the world. These new moves help you achieve things called pagies that unlock new worlds. It is kind of annoying when you fail a task that you must start right from the beginning of the challenge doing all the same moves again. But is still a very fun and pretty good game overall. 

I am giving this game a 3 and a half stars out of five. 

Next, I will review Moving Out. It is a game where you must pick up objects inside a building and get them into the truck. You can throw light objects, but not heavy objects. It can get really challenging even in the first level, but maybe I just suck at it. You can turn on an assist mode where it will help you through the challenging parts. I rate it 3 stars. 

The final game is Among Us. It is a simple game, where you just must guess who is the imposter among your group. It is straight forward but still kind of fun. I would rate it two stars. 

Finally, lets look at which is better between Animal Jam Classic or Animal Jam Play Wild. I think, Play Wild is better but let's dig a bit deeper. The big thing is the membership. You need a membership to do most of the cool things in Classic, but you can do many more fun activities in the free version of Play Wild

The good thing with buying a membership is that you can play both full versions. There are a few more options in the pay version of Classic than Play Wild (I think, because my dad refuses to pay for it). I feel Play Wild has better character selection and the game play is stronger. But the biggest negative is that strangely there is no adventure mode in Play Wild, which make me really sad. Despite that negative, I still like Play Wild better. 

Well, that wraps it up for 'Everett Reviews Video Games'. I'll see you later for the next post of 'Everett Reviews Video Games'. Thank you for reading.