How much I enjoyed Nobody Saves the World was constantly in flux as I played, which is somewhat appropriate given the transforming nature of its hero. The latest from Drinkbox Studios is a fun but uneven top-down action-RPG that has you somewhat clumsily swapping between 15 different unlockable forms, mixing and matching their abilities to overcome challenging dungeons. Its a clever premise thats bolstered by fantastic playstyle customization options and all the charm and humor Ive come to expect from the developers of Guacamelee. After a slow start its good fun for a long stretch before the campaign loses steam once the chase of unlocking all the forms starts to come to an end.
Source: N4G PC Nobody Saves the World Review – IGN