Native PS5 application
November 16, 2023
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Presents a modern take on a classic formula
Horrendous frame-rate drops
Glitches and loading times
Game-breaking bugs force a restart
Restrictive 2.5D camera view hampers aiming and shooting
Overly powerful shield makes combat pointless
Conrad constantly gets trapped in the game scenery
Poor enemy AI
Low-quality boss fights and motorbike sections
Blurry and overly busy visuals
Environments provide no sense of exploration
Poorly scripted and voiced story
Dull fetch quests for missions
Paul Cuisset from original team is involved.
Story maintains continuity of the 1996 sequel.
Raphael Gesqua's music compositions are atmospheric.
Death has no consequence in the game.
Game offers opportunity for Platinum Trophy.
Not a 2D cinematic platform game.
Doesn't have subgenre's gameplay traits.
Doesn't continue sci-fi themed video game tradition.
Game is buggy and slowdown ridden.
Cheesy and overly gabby voice acting.
Boringly basic one-on-one mech fighting section.
Battle with Morph Assassin diminishes iconic opening.
Game becomes worse the further you progress.
Graphical clipping of Conrad is common.
Camera doesn't frame the game's final task.
End of the game is abysmal.
Most Flashback fans likely to dislike this sequel.
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