It's such a shame that games like this are few and far between.
'tis an incredible masterpiece for sure, but there's only so much you can in agame before a true video game connoisseur such as myself is left hungering for more.
Since obviously nothing else in recent times has come close to the brilliance that is Undertale, I ask you if there are any older games that can capture the experience of this gem again, I don't think I can wait until another such work of art is released, if ever.
"Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man."
- Friedrich Nietzsche
Holy fuck even Toby loves poking fun at this bastard
If there's one thing that bugs me about Undertale it's how much missable dialog and story there is. It's really easy to just walk past or accidentally miss a lot of stuff.
A, short RPG with bullet hell/warioware gameplay elements. Maybe about 300 to 400 minutes for a single playthrough, and three different endings to get based on how you play. The game also remembers what you did on the past playthrough for a lot of events, and it influences character dialogue quite frequently.
Good music, and while the gameplay isn't too spectacular at the beginning, I think it picks up quite well the further into the game you go, up to the point where the final bosses are quite spectacular. The humour's pretty good, though that's pretty subjective. If you like skeleton puns, and humour based on mixing up the game mechanics and messing with the interface, you'll like it I think.
Also, if you like Earthbound, you might as well give it a shot.
I don't think it's a 10/10, but as far as an indie game made by one person goes, I think it's very, very hard to find tighter or more solid, really.