A Way Out
Available on Xbox One (version tested), PS4 and PC
A Way Out does some truly incredible things with co-operative game design. Taking splitscreen play and injecting it with fresh ideas, wonderful cinematic camera work and creating something that’s truly built with two players in mind, it’s incredibly intuitive. Unfortunately, an unconvincing narrative, poor voice acting and inconsistent visuals don’t quite live up to these foundations. A Way Out’s mechanical concepts will live far longer in the memory than its artistic choices.
A Way Out tells the story of Leo and…
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