Note: 15/20 By drawing inspiration to the right and left, Blue Fire manages to create a unique experience that will be of interest to fans of exploration and platforms. It is this last point in particular that is kept in mind, with the title incorporating a dynamic and precise system of motion that will be used throughout the adventure and particularly in The Void, a parallel dimension built into the exploration brought to the extreme . This sometimes leads to very demanding challenges, but always with a reward: an extra heart in your life bar. Because yes, the battles of Blue Fire are also strong, and it will be necessary to put every chance on your side, not to pass the weapon on the left, under the penalty of losing useful resources for advancement. Well timed and written, served with a nice DA and soundtrack, the title forms a coherent whole that never does too much. However, regrettable are some unnecessary floats and designs that sometimes lack personality, as well as technical issues with Switch. But if you want to have a nice adventure with a platform and a challenge, that’s all good.