Tamarin Review (PlayStation 4)
Explore, leap and shoot to save your family from the insect invasion! Leap with the agility of a tamarin as you journey into the Northern wilderness, in a world full of exploration, 3D-platforming and bug-splattering action!
- Big bright colourful graphics.
- 5.89gb download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- 3 save slots.
- 3D action adventure gameplay.
- Tutorial messages.
- Dev team has Banjo Kazooie Tues and it shows in the music and charm of the game.
- Golden firefly Collectibles–they will get spooked and you have to chase and pounce on them.
- Raspberries are on of the Collectibles.
- Defeate enemies by rolling into them.
- Puzzle elements throughout.
- Full camera control with the right stuck.
- First person view for looking around.
- Cutesy well detailed world.
- Play how you want.
- Hidden areas.
- Overall game completion percentage.
- Each area has a set amount of Collectibles and you have a totals screen to check progress.
- Eight areas to explore.
- Little set pieces.
- Can freely travel between areas.
- A lot isn’t explained.
- Hard game to pick back up after a long break.
- Can die in water, and quickly.
- Catching the fireflies are annoying.
- A lot of back tracking.
- Game feels a bit flat with not a lot of action.
- Feels more like a game about collecting than anything else.
- Combat is way too loose.
- Little variety.
- Platforming is not that fun.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10