Where The Heart Leads Review (PlayStation 4)
Our Where The Heart Leads Review lets us experience a lifetime in a hazy, ethereal space. A space manifested by Whit’s memories. As they come into focus, explore his childhood, learn about his family, and uncover his greatest joys and regrets.
Where The Heart Leads Review Pros:
- Beautiful graphics.
- 4.12GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- In-game cutscenes.
- Opening prologue.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- 3rd person adventure gameplay.
- Text – speed slider and auto advance options.
- Handy interaction icons pop up.
- Multiple choice interactions with people and the environments.
- Puzzle elements.
- Highly detailed environments to explore.
- Beautiful story.
- The game never pushes you to keep moving forward and encourages a relaxed approach.
- Brilliant animation work on all things animated as it goes for like a storybook page-turning type thing.
- Relive and rediscover many memories from many key moments.
- Multiple choice interactions.
- A lot of endings.
- Tons of replayability.
Where The Heart Leads Cons:
- Small text and no sizing options. (has been patched in now)
- Not the best loading times.
- Due to the camera angles, it can be hard to judge or see the environment properly.
- Very text-heavy.
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About Armature Studio
Founded in 2008 by key developers of the acclaimed Metroid Prime franchise, Austin, Texas-based Armature Studio crafts compelling, high-end gaming experiences as both an independent developer and partner to some of the industry’s biggest names. The studio’s work includes original IPs like ReCore and Dead Star, alongside development support for legendary franchises like Metal Gear Solid, Fortnite, Borderlands, and Batman: Arkham.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Where The Heart Leads is a beautiful game full of rich engrossing story and slight puzzle elements. The actual gameplay is quite minimal but the story does such an amazing job of hooking you in, the way they animate memories and encounters is so unique and pleasing on the eye. I found myself just getting completely lost in the vibrant world and absorbing everything. I had to force myself to stop playing otherwise I would have just consumed it all in one go. OK you won’t be replaying the game a lot as its not that kind of thing, Where The Heart Leads is not a game it’s an experience and one you want to experience. Just beautiful.