Video Game Review - Moving Out
Moving Out is a recent release having just came out in late April. It is a couch co-op game, you may have also heard it being called local multiplayer, meaning you sit in the same room as your friends and/or family and play together. You can have up to four players with this game.
On to the story! There is no real story line to this game like most. You start off by picking your character. To begin with, you have five character choices: A girl, a cat, a toaster, a lizard, and a broken flower pot, all in human form. When you progress in the game, you unlock other characters. After you pick your character, it introduces you to the “story” of the game. You recently got a job as a certified Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technician… meaning you work for a moving company, but no ordinary moving company. All your boss cares about is getting the furniture the people want moved onto the moving truck. In each level, you have a different house, different furniture that needs moved, and a different time limit. You must get the furniture onto the moving truck in the allotted time. To do this, you will have to throw furniture through windows, over swimming pools, off the second story, etc. You must get creative and find the quickest way possible to do the job.
Be warned parents, you may have some yelling kids while playing this. But all the while they are learning how to work together.
This game has made me belly laugh so hard that I couldn’t breathe, many times, while other times I found myself yelling at my partner “PULL”, “SWING AROUND THE OTHER WAY”, and “PUSH THE REFRIGERATOR OFF THE ROOF”.
Price: $29.99 for Playstation 4 and XboxOne
$39.99 for Nintendo Switch