Review: Expand (PlayStation 4)
A world set in five stages, Expand offers an atmospheric experience of exploration, discovery and introspection through gameplay and compelling soundtrack designed to immerse you deeply into its allegorical themes.
- Good graphics.
- Three save slots.
- Brief tutorial.
- Chilled soundtrack.
- 223.4MB Download size.
- Puzzle game set within a sphere that is changes to create puzzles as you travel around it.
- Instant restarts.
- Constant checkpoints.
- Amazing to watch levels evolve and unwind as you play.
- Game flows really well.
- Simple controls.
- Supports analog and d pad control.
- Clever puzzle design.
- 10 trophies.
- Puzzles can be part of rooms and doing something in one room will change the previous rooms and open up different routes.
- New mechanics unlock as you progress.
- Simple yet fun.
- Five worlds to explore and solve.
- Menu is slow and fiddly as they incorporate the core gameplay into it.
- OST is so chilled it almost puts you to sleep.
- Cannot change options in game.
- Few tedious sections.
- Little replay value.