Matterfall, the new platform shooter from Housemarque and Sony, released exclusively on PlayStation 4 today. It’s not only consumers that got their hands on the game, as critics put their thoughts to paper as well. We’ve rounded up some of the best reviews on the web for you to look at, and have linked to the game’s OpenCritic page, so you can check out even more thoughts on Matterfall.
Take a look at the Matterfall reviews below:
Matterfall Reviews Round-Up – Is It Worth Playing?
For more on Matterfall make sure to check out PlayStation LifeStyle’s review. Here’s a snippet of what I had to say about Housemarque’s latest:
While most of Matterfall‘s gameplay feels new, there are some throwback sequences that’ll remind players of Housemarque’s signature top-down shooters. Some levels feature an anti-gravity area that’ll make players stop worrying about platforming, and instead have to deal with some rough bullet hell sequences. These end up being a nice change of pace, even if it’s just another way to enjoy the nonstop shooting and explosions the game has to offer.
Despite closing weaker than it starts, there’s a lot to like about Matterfall‘s unique blend of platforming and shooting. It’s great to see Housemarque trying something new, and besides some tricky controls, they nail most of their ideas flawlessly. PlayStation 4 owners can safely rack this up as yet another Housemarque gem.
Matterfall is available now exclusively on PlayStation 4. If you picked it up, make sure to check out our tips article to get a better grasp on the game.