By Alexander Espinosa
Toby Fox, a 28-year-old American video game developer, released “Undertale,” on Sept. 15, 2015. The game was revolutionary with its gameplay mechanics and storytelling. “Undertale” is a role-playing game that portrays the player as a child who falls into a land populated by monsters.
What makes “Undertale” unique is the create your own story option where the player must choose between three paths. In the pacifist run, the player befriends all of the game’s enemies. In the genocide run, the player kills all of the enemies. The neutral run provides a middle ground.
“Undertale” received positive ratings by gamers and critics alike on IGN and Metacritic. On October 31, 2018, Fox followed up with his latest game, “DeltaRune.
Alexandra Koster, a freshman art therapy major, and Andrew Frank, a senior broadcasting major, are fans of the game.
“It was definitely fun to play,” Koster said. “It took me by surprise when you see the main fundamental element of ‘Undertale’ turn on its head in DeltaRune,” he continued. The newer game gave Koster a “Toy Story” vibe. “I would give “Undertale” a 6/10 and “
Frank agreed that “