Review

Review: Demon Turf is a stylish platformer but the devil’s in the details

Fabraz’s platformer has brilliantly satisfying mechanics, but it suffers from its own demons too

Lead and Artist
Fabian Rastorfer
Key Credits
Ben Miller (Lead and programmer), Edgar Castro (Level and sound designer)

Demon Turf looks fantastic and its platforming mechanics are brilliantly satisfying, but it's let down by boring combat and occasionally confusing level design. It's still worth a look, but it's not the best.

  • Such a well crafted and unique art style
  • Rock solid platforming sections are a treat to play
  • Fantastic soundtrack
  • Combat is thoroughly uninteresting
  • Some of the stages can be confusing to explore
3 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5
Review: Demon Turf is a stylish platformer but the devil’s in the details
Lead and Artist
Fabian Rastorfer
Key Credits
Ben Miller (Lead and programmer), Edgar Castro (Level and sound designer)

Demon Turf looks fantastic and its platforming mechanics are brilliantly satisfying, but it's let down by boring combat and occasionally confusing level design. It's still worth a look, but it's not the best.

  • Such a well crafted and unique art style
  • Rock solid platforming sections are a treat to play
  • Fantastic soundtrack
  • Combat is thoroughly uninteresting
  • Some of the stages can be confusing to explore
3 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5