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Hidden Agenda Review

Supermassive Games are by far one of my favourite game developers as they have created beauties like ‘Until Dawn’ and ‘Until Dawn – Rush of Blood’, as well as ‘The Inpatient’ and now the playlink game called Hidden Agenda – to name a few. In a previous review, I had…

The Crit

Story - 90%
Graphics - 95%
Audio - 91%
Gameplay - 86%
Replayability - 93%

91%

User Rating: 3.8 ( 1 votes)

Supermassive Games are by far one of my favourite game developers as they have created beauties like ‘Until Dawn’ and ‘Until Dawn – Rush of Blood’, as well as ‘The Inpatient’ and now the playlink game called Hidden Agenda – to name a few.

In a previous review, I had mentioned that Sony had created a new playlink series and Hidden Agenda falls in this series. You can download the app in the play store or apple store to be able to play this game.

Get some friends together and play this dark detective game that flows with the types of decisions you make and the end result falls in the hands of the players and not the creators.

Take a walk on the wild side of law enforcement or be part of the straight and narrow. Help to put away bad guys or see them roam around because you could not collect enough evidence to put them away.

Unfortunately I cannot elaborate any further otherwise I would be spoiling the entire experience, but if you are as big a fan as I am then download and play. Be sure to make the right choices and follow your head and not your heart, because your heart may very well get your character killed.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: PS4
Available on: PS4
Genre: Adventure
Age Rating: Teen +
Publisher/Developer: SIE / Supermassive Games 
Estimated RRP: R329
Release Date: 22 November 2017

Likes

  • Such a great story
  • Can be played over and over, a lot of fun in groups

Dislikes

  • Maybe some other mode for decisions in 2 players

About Mariska de Bruin

Mariska de Bruin

My nuts aren’t always held together nicely by my hamster as she can get a bit behind and the other voices in my head doesn’t always help.

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