[Review Revisited] Omega Quintet On PS4
Omega Quintet is one of the very first RPGs that released on the PlayStation 4, becoming available a few months after the console had been released. How does it stack now that there are many RPGs on the console? Find out in our Omega Quintet review!
In a world overrun by a mysterious, malevolent darkness, the only hope for humanity rests in the music of singing idols known as “Verse Maidens”. Wielding weapons of sound, they are tasked with fighting back evil and restoring the world, but it won’t be easy! These five plucky girls –with the help of their manager Takt –will have to give the performance of a lifetime to stop this darkness from claiming the last of humanity. Will they be able to band together and blow this evil away, or will they fight only to discover that the darkness has been lurking within them the whole time…?
You can read our original Omega Quintet right here.
When I first played Omega Quintet, I was thrilled because this was my first “next-gen” RPG! Sadly, my excitement dropped quickly as I saw the kind of gameplay the game had – it is full with a TON of dialogues that isn’t exactly meaningful to the experience, and while the actual gameplay was fun, being outside of battles was a lot less pleasant. There are better RPGs on the PlayStation 4, so I don’t know if this is one you’d want to play.