A few things have changed since the last Delicious game; Paige is now all grown up, Emily has started her own cooking video blog, and Emily and Patrick are now trying for another child. Join Emily and her friends in this new chapter of Delicious!
It seems like the series fatigue has kicked in a little with this new Delicious game. While the game continues to deliver a heartwarming storyline with appearances and cameos from beloved characters, it feels as though the “magic” is missing. Nonetheless, we still found the storyline to be engaging and the dialogs to be filled with warmth and humor.
Fans of the Delicious series should already know what to expect coming into Miracle of Life. The core gameplay remains formulaic and predictable, yet still addicting. We appreciate the slight switch-ups in locations and the exciting new menus, otherwise the game contains very few surprises.
As always, Delicious: Emily’s Miracle of Life features bright graphics with vivid colors and upbeat music with catchy melodies. However, the graphics in this latest installment are a little less polished than what we are used to, cartoonish almost. Moreover, the animations and facial expressions are sometimes weirdly awkward. We would not go as far to say that the game is visually disappointing, but we definitely know that Gamehouse could do better.
Delicious: Emily’s Miracle of Life comes with 60 levels, plus challenge levels in between. The real bummer is that the game only contains one game mode; no difficulty settings or a relaxed mode. The extra content of the Collector’s Edition is also not clearly specified, leading us to think that the CE version of the game contains zero bonus items.
As enjoyable as it still is, Delicious: Emily’s Miracle of Life relies too much on the tried-and-true formula.
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