With a great look and, an interesting time-shifting mechanic, YesterMorrow is easy to drum up some interest for. In order to save her village from a dark threat your character, Yui, will need to move back and forth through time in order to deal with threats in the present, as well as move into the past to make her way past obstacles and reveal additional elements of the story. The time shifting definitely has an effect on things, as the younger version of your character will need to rely on precision platforming while your more seasoned combat-ready older self can take on enemies. Overall, in principle, this can make for some solid puzzle platforming play, even if not all of the level designs feel particularly inspired. For now the killer is some inconsistency in performance though, as slowdowns and hiccups can stifle excitement when they happen a bit too often in key moments. It’s has good ideas and reasonably good play but still feels a bit rough around the edges.
Justin Nation, Score: