[PlayStation 5] Life of Slime Review

by EdEN, Owner

Life of Slime from Sometimes You and Game Studios is a slice-of-life adventure in which you must help Slami find a purpose. Learn more about it in our Life of Slime review!


Life of Slime from Sometimes You and Game Studios is a slice-of-life adventure in which you must help Slami find a purpose. Slami is unhappy about its future since it would need to eat lots of wheat to boost its reproduction particles so that it can merge with someone else and split into smaller slimes. Doing this would make Slami lose some of itself in the process, and it wants none of that! This is why it decides to escape from home before it’s too late.


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You’ll control your slime with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, jumping by pressing up on either one or by pressing the Square button. The X button can be used to interact. Some sections of the game will play from a 2D sidescrolling perspective on a single plane, while others allow Slami to move more freely. This happens in, for example, the city, where it wants to buy a ticket after hitching a ride on the back of a truck
or when exploring the stores at Intown.


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Trophy-wise, Life of Slime has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy waiting for you. The list has 2 Silver trophies and 10 Gold trophies for you to work on. The first trophy will pop as soon as you begin your adventure. From there, trophies will pop up at different times as you progress in the story and make some choices along the way that will shape Slami’s future. You will end up working as a cashier and a guard. Oh, and you might run into a cult. You know, the usual.


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Life of Slime is a slice-of-life adventure in which you must help Slami find a purpose. This is a weird budget release in which there’s not much to do. On top of that, it has a bizarre story and dialogue plagued with mistakes that make it hard to connect with the protagonist or with its journey. Life of Slime is out on PlayStation 5 with a $4.99 price tag. There’s also a PlayStation 4 version available for the same price as a separate purchase.

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Disclaimer
This Life of Slime review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by Sometimes You.

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