[PlayStation 4] 0 Degrees Review | PS4Blog.net
0 Degrees from eastasiasoft, Nerd Games, and Kiddo Dev is a chill 2D puzzle platformer on PlayStation 4. Learn more about it in our 0 Degrees review!
0 Degrees from eastasiasoft, Nerd Games, and Kiddo Dev is a chill 2D puzzle platformer on PlayStation 4. As the name probably has let you know, you’re going to be going through 40 levels covered with snow and ice as you try to get from point A to point B. Sometimes you just need to get there by running and jumping, while other times you’ll need to use the abilities you’ll unlock as you progress through the game. You’ll sometimes have to collect a crystal to open up the exit portal.
You’ll first be running around with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, jumping with the X button. If you make a mistake and find yourself in a spot from which you can’t get out, you can press in on the Touchpad of the DualShock 4 to reset the level. You’ll sometimes have to use blocks to press switches that will open doors or activate platforms. By the sixth level, you’ll be able to aim with the right analog stick, and then press the R1 button to use one of your ice charges to create a block. You’ll be able to recharge these uses on some levels. And then on level 25, you’ll gain the ability to freeze the blocks you create by pressing the L1 button.
There are no missable trophies for 0 Degrees, since they will unlock as you complete level after level. There’s a full list with a Platinum trophy waiting for you at the end of level 40. The trophies will unlock after you complete levels 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40. If you’re having trouble completing one of the levels, you can check out this trophy guide, so that you can speed things up.
0 Degrees is a fun 2D puzzle platformer with 40 single-screen levels to complete. It’s a short adventure with simple gameplay mechanics and a solid difficulty curve that will not feel overwhelming. 0 Degrees is out on PlayStation 4 with a low $4.99 asking price, so you should check it out on Sony’s console.
This 0 Degrees review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by eastasiasoft.