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[Nintendo Switch] Land of Screens Review

[Nintendo Switch] Land of Screens Review
  • On February 28, 2022

Land of Screens from Way Down Deep and Serenity Forge is an adventure game about a breakup. Learn more in our Land of Screens review!


Land of Screens from Way Down Deep and Serenity Forge is an adventure game about a breakup. You play as Holland, who has recently gone through a breakup after a five-year relationship. She’s feeling anxious about how to break this to those around her and considers doing a post on social media to announce it. She feels anxious about how the post is going to make her look and ends up calling her BFF from high school to try and get a lot of stuff off her chest. What follows is a short adventure game in which Holland will try to connect with people in the real world and away from their phones.

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We can all agree that nowadays, we spend a lot of time every day looking at a screen – when on a PC, a laptop, a tablet, our phones, or even watching TV- and sometimes forget to connect with others in real life. And yes, a pandemic certainly doesn’t help, but that’s not part of what this game is trying to present. Instead, you’ll be going through a series of small segments in which you’ll have to talk to people to try and get them off from their screens.

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The controls for Land of Screens are simple and to the point. You’ll move Holland with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, using the A button to interact with other characters as needed in order to convince them to get off their screens. You’ll also get to interact with some objects and at least one dog during your journey. Talking to people is key since you’ll not only help Holland go outside of her comfort zone, it will also allow other people to enjoy life in a different way.

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Land of Screens is an interesting adventure game on Nintendo Switch. It features a gorgeous art style and a soothing soundtrack for a release with a message that is at times a bit too on the nose, but that doesn’t mean it’s not an important one. You will end up completing this one in a couple of hours at most, making it a good option to play between bigger releases. Land of Screens is out on Nintendo Switch with a budget $5.99 asking price.

This Land of Screens review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Way Down Deep.

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Review Overview

A great looking game with an interesting premise