Fourattic’s indie motion recreation Crossing Souls is now out there on PlayStation four and PC. To have a good time the discharge, writer Devolver Digital put out a model new trailer exhibiting off the sport’s 1980s aesthetic (we’ve additionally received a bunch of gameplay of the title). There’s additionally a demo for the sport on the PlayStation Retailer, so you possibly can strive before you purchase.
Take a look at the Crossing Souls launch trailer beneath:
For extra on the motion recreation, try my Crossing Souls assessment. Right here’s a snippet of what I needed to say in regards to the new launch:
I want I might say that the story is simply a disappointment from an emotional standpoint, but it surely’s fairly messy throughout. The sport builds to a ultimate boss struggle towards a larger-than-life villain, and but the battle by no means actually happens. As an alternative, gamers are handled to a brief dialogue sequence that’s shortly over (gamers don’t even get one of many recreation’s early morning cartoon-inspired cutscenes for what needs to be the largest story second), after which the credit start to roll. It’s an extremely anti-climatic approach to finish a journey that wasn’t all that enjoyable to start with.
Crossing Souls has a bunch of components that needs to be proper up my alley, however some flat writing and uninspired design actually retains it from hitting the specified marks. There’s a good suggestion right here, and I’ve little doubt that a teen journey starring ghosts and Egyptian Gods could possibly be actually dope, however a cool idea doesn’t make an amazing recreation. As an alternative, it simply makes the tip end result all of the extra disappointing.
Crossing Souls is obtainable now for PlayStation four and PC.