What The Dub Review (PlayStation 4)
Our What The Dub Review showcases this multiplayer party game where each player overdubs missing dialogue from hilariously awful B-movies, outdated PSAs, and bizarre industrial films, Think Rifftrax the game!
What The Dub Review Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 1.50GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- Game options-bad words on/off, hide room code, extended input time, number of rounds (3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10).
- Solo play is possible.
- Twitch Integration.
- Streamer options- hide room code, start from the controller, require a login, allow the audience and kick inactive audience members.
- You need at least 3 players to have voted.
- Game- a video clip will play and a part will be muted so you fill in the gap by typing in a box and the announcer reads it out.
- Good at picking up words.
- You can add sfx to your text.
- Classic and obscure films.
- Easy to play.
- Suitable for all ages.
- So easy to lose track of it all and keep playing game after game.
- Easy trophy list.
What The Dub Review Cons:
- Needs a minimum of 3 players otherwise there is no voting or winner.
- Clips will eventually repeat themselves.
- When writing a Dub you get no feedback on length so you can make your Dub too long or too short and it breaks the experience.
- Only one game type.
- They say a film (House on Haunted Hill) is a B-Movie which is WRONG!
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What The Dub
Developer: Wide Right Interactive
Publisher: Wide Right Interactive
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
What The Dub is a game where you get to add your own lines to a movie scene. Think of it as the closest we will ever get to a Rifftrax game. I really liked the idea and how easy and straightforward it all was, anyone can jump in and it’s all very quick. I just wish it had a better way of telling you how long your improvisation needs to be because making it too short or too long really Ruins the experience. Aside from a few niggles What The Dub is definitely a game you need to be installed when friends are round.