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- Knack (PS4)
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An Unlikely Hero
Mankind must turn to Knack, an unlikely hero, to protect them from a dangerous new threat. The unassuming Knack stands at a mere three feet tall, but thanks to the power of mysterious ancient relics, he can transform into a powerful brute or even a gigantic wrecking machine. Knack is mankind's only hope for turning the tide against the invading goblin army, but trying to harness the true power of the relics could threaten to put the whole world at risk.
From Mark Cerny, one of the greatest minds in video games today, Knack is a fun-filled platforming adventure of colossal proportions that invites players to wield fantastic powers and discover a unique and vibrant world, available exclusively for PlayStation 4.
- Stunning graphics – Detailed characters and environments, 90 minutes of stunning cutscenes, and featuring a unique character that only the PS4 can bring to life.
- Old-school meets next-gen – Collect relics to power up and smash your way through hordes of goblins, robots, tanks and more!
- Fun for everyone – Action-packed gameplay features simple controls but challenging and varied enemy AI.
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Top Customer Reviews
The innovation of knack is brilliant with bags of potential. Unfortunately its not been used to even half of its potential. The ground work has been done and I think Knack 2 will be a great platform and can see it having many sequels
With that said you still shouldn't miss this one out. Its colorful graphics and well imagined world, story and characters make for a fantastic game that will have you struggling to put the controller down.
Its not a massive game and is very linear also the graphics tho nice and fitting for the game are not exactly next gen. Because of these reasons I don't think people should be paying over the £35 mark and don't think it should have ever been near the 50 end!
To sum up its a brilliant game but not worth the top end price, its innovative in base ideas but doesn't use those ideas enough even for its maiden outing! All said I will be buying knack 2, and expecting greatness!!!!!
Then the reviews started coming in and really slating the game and I did think about cancelling the pre-order and chording another game but I am so glad I ignored all the negative reviews. Knack is such a fun game to pick up and play. There is no big learning curve like in other games and it is a real throwback to the classic platformers. In fact It's probably one of the best launch titles I've played of any console.
The controls are very easy to learn and the gameplay reminds me a bit of the Ratchey and Clank games, collecting power ups and beating up enemies.
I honestly cannot believe the poor reviews the press have given this game. I think it appeals to a wide audience and adds something a little different to gaming catalogues that are overflowing with FPSs and racing games. I hope Sony make it into a series like Jak and Daxter or Ratchet and Clank.
The game was very fun to play through and had a very interesting storyline, and let me tell you it isn't a huge walk in the park, I died more times playing knack through than I did Dark souls. (At least, that's how I felt at some points)
One thing that bothered me a little was that the game has a fixed camera angle, which took a little getting use too, but once you do it's very enjoyable and was quite immersive for me to play.
I would recommend Knack to anyone who doesn't mind a average paced game and enjoys to play games through for the storyline as well as the gameplay itself.
All in all I feel this was a very enjoyable game and had a lot of fun playing it through.
The most accurate way of describing this game is a mix between a platformer and a beat-'em-up. You navigate through levels killing any enemies in your path. However some parts of the level require a bit of strategy and well times jumps to clear bottomless pits or other obstructions in your path. Every now and again you will be required to solve the odd puzzle or fight a boss using a new gameplay mechanic - something which is quite refreshing.
The graphics are very nice too. Sure, they don't push the PS4 to any limits or extremes but the shading is really good and the textures are actually quite detailed in a cartoony sort of way.
I think what people don't like about it is the difficulty of the game. And it's true, the game is hard. There is a very severe lack of checkpoints meaning that you might successfully kill wave after wave of difficult monster only to be left with barely any health, killed by a single weak enemy and have to do it all over again. But it's not impossible and once you do hit a checkpoint, it's incredibly satisfying.
Also, the Co-Op mode seems very rushed. The 2nd player only has one or two hitpoints compared to player 1 (who has a proper health bar) and there are no consequences if they die. This means that the 2nd player can be used as to clear out all of the enemies in a room whilst the 1st player sits and waits. There are also certain sections in the game that just can't be completed without without one of the players dying (eg when the floor falls under your feet).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its a great game, very playable, bit like Ratchet and clank in a way - but ends too soon - where is Knack 2 ?? Read morePublished 17 hours ago by NickHolmes
Thought i'd give it a go to see if it resembled Spyro or Crash Bandicoot. Nope. It's cute and the graphics are pretty nice but it feels kinda empty. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer