The are numerous ways of taking in musical gaming adventures but perhaps the silliest is that of Wandersong on Xbox One.
Available to purchase and download from the Xbox Store for Xbox One, or by making the most of your sweet Xbox Game Pass subscription, Wandersong sees you playing out proceedings as a silly old bard; a bard who must sing to save the world.
Priced at £16.47 – or available for free to those with an Xbox Game Pass subscription – Wandersong promises no less than 10 hours of unique adventuring as you take on the role of this bard, and sing to interact with the world, all in order to help save the universe from ending early.
Singing songs is just the start of the action though and with more than 150 characters to meet, greet, sing to, and annoy, this is certainly looking like one deep, yet utterly silly, journey. Throw in a dance button that lets you, um, dance, and a glorious visual style that not only provides even more fun, but comes with a color-blind mode, and things are looking even more tasty for Wandersong.
- – 10-12 hours of adventure!
- – Use singing to interact with the world!
- – 150+ characters to meet and discover!
- – 150+ characters to annoy with your singing!
- – The DANCE BUTTON… dance anytime, anywhere!
- – Whimsy!
- – Fully accessible to color-blind and deaf players!
Tempted? Got Xbox Game Pass? If you do then checking out Wandersong on Xbox One is a no-brainer and we urge you to fire up your console and give this a look immediately. If you don’t have a subscription to the service though then paying up the £16.74 – discounted at launch to £13.39 – is still something to seriously consider.
If you’re unsure though, make sure you keep an eye out for our full upcoming review.
A musical adventure where you use singing to save the world! Play as a silly bard who embarks on a globe-trotting journey to learn about the mysterious Earthsong, said to prevent the universe’s imminent end. It’s up to you to sing your songs, unlock the world’s secrets and make new friends!