I’m a few weeks late to this particular craze, but after staying up until 2:00 a.m. finally finishing the first chapter of Deltarune I have an unbridled desire to gush about everything.
That’s probably going to involve a number of spoilers for an experience that I truly believe everyone should have for themselves. Because of that I’ll aim to be as vague as possible, but even so you might not want to read this quite yet if you haven’t played the game yourself.
Here’s what I can offer as a general teaser introduction.
Deltarune is the follow-up to indie game developer and chip tune musical genius Tobyfox‘s now-famed 2015 RPG Undertale — That one where nobody has to die. It’s available on just about every gaming platform imaginable, so if you haven’t dived into this universe at all you should.
The newest game, released just a few weeks ago, takes a somewhat different spin on the kill-or-spare game mecahnic from Undertale. It allows you to follow Kris, a human living in a world of monsters, as he deals with the day-to-day trials and tribulations of school.
Until certain events leave him and the local bully, Susie, taking on an adventure to save the world.
I know that’s pretty vague and somewhat derivative, but it’s nowhere near as dull as I made it sound.
Please just play the game if you haven’t.
Trust me when I say it’s all worth experiencing as blindly as possible. As a result, the rest of my discussion is going to go on under the spoiler-laden read more line here.
Hope you’ve enjoyed me rambling in vague generalities if this is as far as you’ll go. Just come back and let me know when you’ve gone through the experience for yourself!