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ThePeltonian reviewed Manifest 99 on PlayStation 4 VR, an ominous and eerie story about finding redemption in the afterlife, from Flight School Studio. We’ve also interviewed the developer, and you can read it right here.
He gave it a 8 out of 10, and quoted it a “Atmospheric sounds and music gives the viewer a fabulous emotionally immersive experience“!
Here’s an excerpt of the review:
Graphically the experience is very pleasing, the storyline is strong, and it manages you fill you with many emotions during a short time. The quality of the graphics and the art style is superb, and that linked to the atmospheric sounds and music gives the viewer a fabulous emotional immersive experience.
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The Last Tinker from Loot Entertainment and Mimimi Productions is a very fun action/adventure game with some puzzles here and there for good measure that is available on PlayStation 4. This is a great looking game where color plays a big part, and the art style really shines thanks to the power of Sony’s latest home console.
Luc Bernard over at Arcade Distillery is busy working on three games that will be making their way to PlayStation hardware, so I got in touch to talk a bit about them.
PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us at PS4Blog.net. Could you please help us get started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
I’m terrible at introducing myself! I’ve been doing this for a decade now, mostly independent and I’ve been lucky enough to do so. I’m a game director mostly. I think mostly Vita users will be familiar with my work – so far on PlayStation I have released Mecho Wars, Desert Ashes, Kitten Squad, Plague Road, Death Tales, Mecho Tales – some more popular than others.