Today I’m going to write about a game called Late Shift, now I recently got this in the PlayStation sale for about £4 and I only invested in this game as it’s the same makers as The Bunker.
Hours Played: 3 Hours
Platform: PlayStation 4
About the Game?…
Late Shift is a high stakes FMV crime thriller, Written by Michael R. Johnson, the author of the 2009 Sherlock Holmes film and directed by Tobias Weber, experience a gripping live-action crime thriller with a total of over 180 decision points.
So the Main Protagonist is Matt, a smart student, has to prove his innocence after being forced to take part in a bold heist at a famous London auction house. The consequences take him on a journey across London to escape the twisted web he finds himself caught in, discover the truth and gain his retribution. How will the audience decide to act when everything is turning against him?.
My View on the game?….
So from playing The Bunker I had to give this ago I’ve seen the trailer a few times and I was going to buy it at full price at one point but when I saw it in the sale I had to get it, now with this game there isn’t a lot you can do within this game besides choosing what Matt does and says with in the movie/game but it keeps you gripped and wanting to know what happens next.
Plus the choices you have to make are between 2 or 3 with each action making every scene different and there will be more than one ending to this film.
Okay so my verdict on the game is great I liked it as it was something different and I knew what I was getting when I hit purchased due to The Bunker but if you’ve never played any of these FMV’s you want to give them a bash it’s something completely different.
I’m going to give this 3/5 Stars, It’s good, it’s a time killer and it keeps you gripped wanting to see the ending and makes you want to play it again for the other endings and different scenes you didn’t see the first time.
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