[PlayStation 4] Many Faces Review | PS4Blog.net
Many Faces from eastasiasoft and WANZUNDEV is a 2D action platformer on PlayStation 4. Learn more about it in our Many Faces review!
In Many Faces from eastasiasoft and WANZUNGDEV, you’ll be taking on a twin-stick single-screen action platformer in which you’re fighting against the Many Face King and its army, who have dared to wake you from your beauty sleep – blasphemy! You’ll be playing a run of 17 levels that are randomly selected from a pool of over 50 stages, battling against over a dozen enemy face types, each one with its distinct movement and attack pattern. Pay attention to how they act, or else you’re going to end up losing all of your hearts!
You’ll be running around the screen with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, aiming with the right one. The R2 button will be used for shooting your weapon, and you can roll with the L2 button to avoid enemies, bosses, and their attacks. As you complete each of the randomly selected stages, you will be rewarded with a treasure chest. Open the chest, and a hat will pop out! Each hat you collect will have a different effect over your character, or give you access to another weapon to take on the action. If you want to remove the hat from your head, you can roll to take it off. The game will have you play the Tutorial before you start your first run, so you’ll get to practice all of this.
As for the trophies, this one has a full list with a Platinum trophy for you to add to your collection. Depending on your skill with 2D twin-stick single-screen action platformers, you can have a new Platinum trophy in an hour or so. The objectives you’ll have to complete include beating the first, second, and third stages of a run, collecting a hat, picking up one, five, and ten hearts, defeating one, two, and three bosses, and beating five, 24, and 48 enemies during your time with Many Faces.
Many Faces is a fun twin-stick single-screen action platformer with a solid difficulty curve, and more than enough content to keep you busy for a handful of hours as you try to complete all of the different levels that the game will randomly throw at you for each run you do. Many Faces from eastasiasoft and WANZUNDEV is out on PlayStation 4 for a low $4.99 asking price.
This Many Faces review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by eastasiasoft.