Entwined Review (PS4)



Sony dropped Entwined on us during their 2014 E3 Press Conference. Did this love story between a fish and bird deserve the stage time it got? Find out in my Review.

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Most of my reviews follow this rough score outline, and is an accurate representation of the game as a whole in my general opinion. I don’t generally factor price into my scores because I follow this simple ode – “A good game is a good game”. Price is always subject to change, so I don’t factor it. Only Mobile games, which heavily center on price points and value, may have price influence added into the review.

10.0 – A game that receives a 10 is not a perfect game, but it is a game that speaks volumes about our industry. It’s the kind of game that does so many things right. The kind of game that pushes our industry forward, sets standards, raises the bar, and ultimately makes a name for itself. The kind of game we can look back on in 10 years, and still remember it for how incredible it was, and how it influenced our future in the video game industry.

9.0 – A game that is undeniably fantastic. It delivers on every level a gamer could ask for. The musical score, presentation, and gameplay are top notch. Nothing but joy is had from playing such a title. Any minor issues the game may have pale in comparison to everything the game got right.

8.0 – A game that is easily great. Lots of fun can be had here, but there may be noticeable issues that may hinder the experience slightly. Though any issues present don’t take away from the experience to the point of unplayability.

7.0 – A game that seems to have a lot of good things going for it, but has issues that may make or break it for some. The title in question is fun and enjoyable, but may have enough issues for there to be a problem with your experience.

6.0 – A game that had potential, but really drops the ball in some or many areas. Anything from an extreme lack of content, to repetitiveness, to glitches, to an all around boring game, and anything in between, may fall in this score category.

5.0 – A game with many issues. There may be some moments of joy, but it doesn’t last long. Ultimately any fun you do have is incredibly overshadowed by issues.

4.0 – A game with extreme issues. It’d be hard to find any enjoyment in the title. Some mechanics in the game may be broken, making for a frustrating experience. There may also be a clear lack of polish or effort present in the game.

3.0 – A game that is nearly broken or offers almost nothing to you as a gamer. The game either has so many issues that it’s unplayable, or it just doesn’t offer any sort of fun at all.

2.0 – A game that makes you question if it even is a game. Something that makes you wonder what went into the thought process when the game was being made.

1.0 – A product that is using false marketing. You are being sold a ‘game’ but the ‘game’ in question has no redeeming values whatsoever to a gamer. Free wouldn’t even be worth it. Your time on this earth shouldn’t be spent playing this product.

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  • This game is in my top 5 favourite games of all times.

    Conssumed July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • I'm not sure what game to get, it's either this one or Killzone since their both $5

    Carlos A. July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • I'm gonna check this out…looks wonderful

    steelcurtain187 July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Meh…looks like a Phoenix instead of a dragon to me

    MysteryMrR July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Great review and I really liked the way you review games (I read the description)

    Francisco Aldeão July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Those tunnel levels remind me so much of the ones in Rayman 3: Hoodlum of Havoc on the PS2 but way less trippy lol!

    Itz Jericho July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • When will you Americans learn 'addicting' is not a real word! It's addictive.

    chrissiejpayne July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • H

    SmoothTeslon July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Honestly, really love the way you reviewed. Unlike IGN and Gamespot, you didn't bitch and moan about every unnecessary detail; it was straight to the point and brief. Keep up the good work. Hope to see more of your reviews in the future. Subscribed 🙂

    SmoothTeslon July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Controlling 2 different things at once? Oh god, it's Watchdog's drinking mini game all over again!

    What happens when you die/fail? Does the bird and the fish get a divorce?

    teppolundgren July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Great review, was going to get it for mobile but with the PS Plus update I'll just get it for free, looks very Journey-like

    Călin H July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Really great review!

    Tim Coelers July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • oh as i was watching this i thought it was an ign review! very professional and well done. loved your scoring breakdown. you should be hired by a company for this

    hormello July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • If you have trouble rubbing your stomach and patting your head at the same time, you have problems. Lol

    DLAROC July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • This is a really nice review. Good job!

    J Lee July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • I just love these kind of games. Metrico for the Vita is another game I'm really looking forward 2. Btw is the game Cross-buy? thanks.

    Sarik Rana July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Subscribed! Gr8 review! 

    Johan Tunmats July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Great review, decided to buy this game based on it & subscribe to channel

    Blackmilk81 July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • I've never experienced said stutters

    Gabe Armbrust July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply
  • Great review man, you should be working for IGN

    Voodoo Bear July 8, 2020 2:02 pm Reply

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