Undertale is one of the biggest cult hits of recent years, amassing a huge following after its crowdfunded origins and PC release back in A simple role-playing game on the surface, it has the unique hook of being able to spare and sometimes befriend enemies instead of killing them, thanks to a combat system that combines classic turn-based fighting with shoot-em-ups. Unlike many other RPGs it's not a time sink, and thankfully so, with several different playthroughs to uncover, each yielding their own stories and secrets. But if you were to play through once, we'd recommend sparing everyone you can in an Undertale pacifist run - which, without spoiling specifics, allows you to explore extra environments and unravel extra story details you'd otherwise miss out on. Undertale can be played however you like, but playing without killing anyone or anything will unlock bonus content you otherwise wouldn't see. At times it seems like sparing enemies - especially boss battles - is impossible, but stay determined and the payoff is worth it.
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An Undertale speedrun usually lasts anywhere from one hour to an hour and a half. A speedrunner looking for a greater challenge put together their own exhaustive speedrun that collects every item, ending, and fights ever boss, an undertaking that took over thirty-three hours to complete. The epilogue text explaining what happened to all the characters can vary wildly depending on who is alive when the game ends. In total, there are 92 different endings to Undertale, all with unique slides and text. Speedrunner Cookiepocalypse created a new category that goes even further. While percent speedruns incorporate tricks and glitches, their biggest challenge is the extreme length.
Undertale walkthrough, Pacifist guide and tips for Switch, PS4, Vita and PC
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