A Tale Of Paper Review (PlayStation 4)
Embark an emotional journey of a paperboy who will use origami to fulfill the dream of his creator. The line is no ordinary hero: for starters, Line is a piece of paper. But it’s not a regular piece of paper either: it is able to transform itself into different shapes like a frog, a paper plane, a rocket, or even a bird… among others. Each one of these shapes gives Line different abilities and allows him to navigate through the world, complete puzzles, and overcome unusual enemies.
- Decent graphics.
- 3.14GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- 3D action platformer gameplay.
- Tutorial signs as you play.
- Abilities-read books to learn a new ability which is Origami, you fold/turn into other things.
- Loveable character.
- Optional secret areas.
- Checkpoints aplenty.
- Restart the checkpoint in the pause menu.
- Puzzle elements.
- Full of charm.
- Annoying death sequences that drag the gameplay back.
- Set pieces can get annoying with things like timed platforming.
- The camera doesn’t help in a lot of places.
- Few instances where the camera would refuse to move so the next room or part of the level wouldn’t render and became invisible.
- Weird time consuming checkpoint placements.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10