• A Way Out Review

    7 monthes ago - By Cinema Blend

    Co-op gameplay is a popular feature in many recent titles, however, with the new adventure title A Way Out playing cooperatively isn't simply a benefit, it's required.
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  • A Way Out Review A Not-Always Dynamic Duo | Game Informer

    A Way Out Review A Not-Always Dynamic Duo | Game Informer

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    The co-op-only game creates connections, but that doesn't mean it always hits its intended mark.
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  • Vermintide 2: The Best Co-op PVE Since Left 4 Dead Review by Coin-Drop

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    Vermintide 2 is a wholly addictive action RPG gorefest. I played far longer than was healthy due to the flavorful fantasy characters, improved loot system, and much needed enemy variety.
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  • A Way Out Review

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    TSA writes: "The first thing that strikes you about A Way Out is the split screen presentation. This is a game thats been built from the ground up for couch co-op, and while you can play online with another person you can share it for free thanks to the Friends Pass version of the game, and you will need someone to play with one way or another youre always seeing both sides of the action. Its a key hook for the game, but does it have the story and gameplay to back it up?"
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  • A Way Out Review | Trusted Reviews

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    Does incredible things for co-op gaming, but the story is lacking. A Way Out.
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  • A Way Out Impressions - A Refreshing and Action-Packed Co-Op Experience

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    A Way Out is a truly refreshing and innovative cooperative title the industry desperately needed.
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  • A Way Out Review: Getting Out is Just the Start | GameSpew

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    A Way Out is a cinematic co-op adventure that is not to be missed. Just make sure you've got a friend to bring along for the ride.
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  • A Way Out Review A Ceaselessly Creative Co-op Caper

    7 monthes ago - By N4G

    A Way Out is an impressive achievement that definitively proves creativity matters more than bloated budgets and big-name franchises. A technically accomplished, endlessly inventive co-op masterpiece, A Way Out will surprise and excite you from beginning to end. This one deserves to be a breakout hit.
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  • Review: A Way Out is co-op done right

    Review: A Way Out is co-op done right

    7 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    Hazelight Studios' prison escape adventure A Way Out is set to release this week. The game is a love-letter to co-op gamers that transcends genre in ways I didn't expect. To accompany its heart, the game also has soul: it can't be played alone and if your friend doesn't have a copy they can play yours with you for free whether they're on the couch next to you or online. There isn't a loot-box in sight, you won't find an in-game store, and you can't purchase additional costumes for any of the game's characters. A Way Out is an experience...
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  • A Way Out Review

    7 monthes ago - By IGN

    As my co-op partner and I approached the climax of A Way Out, the cinematic, 1970's-set prison-break adventure from the studio headed by filmmaker-turned-game-developer Josef Fares, I thought it had run out of gas. I'd been hooked for the first five hours, which do a magnificent job of blending drama with action and emotion with lightheartedness. In that time we'd rarely done the same style of of gameplay twice, and I had gotten to know and understand Vincent, the more diplomatic and reserved of the two playable convicts in this mandatory two-player story. But here we were, knee-deep in a...
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  • A Way Out's clever co-op play is dragged down by a cliche crime story

    A Way Out's clever co-op play is dragged down by a cliche crime story

    7 monthes ago - By The Verge

    “Okay, we need to strangle this assassin together!” I shout, exasperatedly at my roommate. It's our third time trying this sequence, and we haven't quite managed to get the timing right on the quick-time event of mashing the square button at the same time we take out our would-be killer. What should be a tense moment has turned into something far less interesting - yet it's still entertaining because I'm playing with a friend.
    A Way Out is the latest game from director Josef Fares released through his new studio Hazelight, in partnership with EA. Fares is best known as the creator of...
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  • ‘A Way Out' review: The evolution that co-op gaming deserves

    ‘A Way Out' review: The evolution that co-op gaming deserves

    7 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    A few hours into A Way Out , the new co-op adventure from the director of the critically acclaimed Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, I realized that my roommate and I were going to finish the entire game in one sitting. Like a Netflix drama that you can't help but binge in a single afternoon, A Way Out manages to tell a complete and compelling narrative while giving the players enough to do to keep them engaged from start to finish.
    A Way Out tells the story of two prisoners attempting to escape a maximum-security prison and hunt down the man who put them there. The game is exclusively...
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