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Review: Moving Out

April 28, 2020 1 min read

Moving is never fun when you're the one doing the heavy lifting.

You don't want to break the stuff you're keeping. You don't want to scuff up the floors or walls you're leaving behind. You definitely don't want to get your hopes up about a security deposit you're going to be screwed out of no matter how thorough your last-ditch, night-before cleaning effort ends up being.

Moving can be fun in Moving Out, though. It's an up-to-four-player chaotic couch co-op game in the vein of Overcooked. Instead of worrying about delivering timely entrees, you have to pack a bunch of possessions onto a truck as quickly – and often as recklessly – as possible. That's the key to success.

Why tiptoe a sofa through a narrow doorway when you can hurl it onto the lawn from a window? Someone else can worry about the aftermath for once. It's a fantastic premise for a video game.

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