Review: Shape Of The World (PlayStation 4)
A serene first person exploration game in a surreal, organic world that reacts to your presence. Journey through a psychedelically colorful ecosystem of flourishing flora, rambling waterfalls, burgeoning mountains, glowing monoliths and graceful creatures.
- Beautiful graphics.
- 996.8MB Download size.
- Options- Invert axis and sensitivity slider.
- Chapter Select.
- Platinum trophy.
- First person exploration game.
- The world builds around you as you move.
- Go through gates to change the colors/appearance of the land.
- Can interact with objects to make a stairway and help you go forward.
- Seeds- Collectibles with 28 types of them. Collecting them allows you to fire them and plant trees.
- Discover the creatures of the land.
- Play and go where you want.
- Soothing soundtrack.
- Gorgeous views/vistas/landscapes.
- Can break down trees.
- No fall damage.
- Simple controls. Mover, Jump and shoot seeds.
- Multiple ways to get to a destination.
- Has A Proteus feel to it all.
- Very relaxing.
- Almost hypnotic.
- Little tutorial pop up showing the controls.
- Excellent escapism.
- Fell off the world with no way to respawn.
- Walking sim.
- Can feel lost as if you don’t hit certain markers you will stay in this one part.
- No explanation on expectations.
- See the same creatures over and over.
- A lot of empty ground.
- Little replayability.