Teocida And Estigma Review (PlayStation 4)
For this Teocida And Estigma Review, we play a duo of games where Teocida sends us to Explore the cryptic pathways of a distorted microcosm reality fueled by a symbolic landscape of faith and erotic nightmares. Estigma is a glitched mix between Q-Bert and Pacman with surrealistic horror aesthetics where anything can kill you! Revive the experience of a simple 80’s arcade action puzzle featuring a cute mascot traversing a dangerous meat wonderland.
Teocida And Estigma Review Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 986.8MB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- Estigma is puzzle gameplay.
- Two games in one – Teocida And Estigma.
- Estigma has two difficulties – action or puzzle orientated which affects points and timer.
- You can close a game to go back to the game selection screen.
- Opening tutorial levels.
- In Estigma your goal is to move around tile by tile and fill in the game screen whilst avoiding obstacles.
- You can fast move and go over your laid tiles once before you cannot move over them in Estigma.
- Estigma looks really cool with gory-like pixel art graphics and slight animations.
- You can use the stick or d-pad to move around.
- Save and quit option in Estigma.
- In Estigma it’s one one-hit death but you can pick up a brain to have an additional hit.
- Clear Hud showing the timer in Estigma.
- Teocida has an epilepsy warning due to flashing screens.
- In Teocida you have a choice of two content filters – the suggestive content filter and the uncut experience. This affects what if any sexual content you may see.
- Teocida uses a VHS-style screen filter.
- Game settings for Teocida – Post-processing (noise/composite/tv/scanlines/CRT), gameplay (game speed/torchlight), and music volumes.
- You can reset progress in both games.
- Teocida is a 2D puzzle platformer gameplay.
- An opening tutorial section in Teocida.
- Many actions in Teocida from double jumps to looking around the level to manipulate blocks.
- Teocida drips into the atmosphere.
- The main sanctuary in Teocida is an open area where you travel around to the unlocked level entrances.
- Totems are spheres you drop in Teocida And you use them to trigger levers, generally, they are used in puzzle instances.
- You can spawn up to 3 Totems and they do disappear over time but holding triangles destroys them quicker and one by one.
- Surprisingly good duo of games that both play differently and scratch a weird disgusting itch.
Teocida And Estigma Review Cons:
- In Estigma it’s hard to always know where the needles land when there are multiples. (needles kill you and move on and off the screen)
- Cannot rebind controls.
- The Estigma game offers no real game options.
- Takes a bit of time to get used to the gameplay loop in each game.
- Out of the two Estigma is a game that starts off difficult and has the biggest learning curve.
- Teocida almost does a bait and Switch for the tutorial level is nothing like the levels you actually do in the game.
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Teocida And Estigma:
Publisher: QUByte Interactive
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Teocida And Estigma is a bundle of two games with nice graphics and a 986.8MB download size. Both games offer puzzle gameplay, but they are quite different in their mechanics and aesthetics.
Estigma is a tile-based game where your goal is to fill in the game screen while avoiding obstacles. It features gory-like pixel art graphics and slight animations. The game is one-hit death, but you can pick up a brain for an additional hit. It has a clear HUD showing the timer and offers a save and quit option.
Teocida is a 2D puzzle platformer with an epilepsy warning due to flashing screens. It uses a VHS-style screen filter and offers two content filters: the suggestive content filter and the uncut experience. The game has many actions from double jumps to looking around the level to manipulate blocks. The main sanctuary in Teocida is an open area where you travel around to the unlocked level entrances.
Both games have their own challenges. In Estigma, it’s hard to always know where the needles land when there are multiples, and it offers no real game options. Teocida almost does a bait and switch as the tutorial level is nothing like the levels you actually do in the game.
Despite these challenges, Teocida And Estigma are a surprisingly good duo of games that both play differently and scratch a weird disgusting itch.