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A Way Out (PS4) (2018)

Toasty

Distinguished Member
Brothers had the most unforgettable moment in any game I've played, utilising a unique coop system you play by yourself. A way Out looks great, if they can maintain creativity and gameplay skills, this is one to look out for..
 

shaolin kid

Well-known Member
Can see that being a bit tricky though....unless you have someone who can play at a set fixed time etc....you could be playing it for months lol
 

shaolin kid

Well-known Member
It's funny cos my wife said to me the other day she wishes I had a game that story driven that was 2 player...currently only play tekken together....and yes...she kicks my arse [emoji23] she uses some crazy technique called "spirit fingers" but this could a game that fits the bill
 

shoemaker666

Distinguished Member
im not a co op or multplayer guy but i will play this will try and tap someone up on my friends list of play online with randoms.

looks interesting playing games in co op can be really great or frustrating
 

RedBean Cake

Standard Member
I'm a big, big fan of co-op games so naturally, this looks very interesting to me. Especially given how there are not really any (or many) story-driven co-op games around. The part where one player is in a cutscene while the other is free to do whatever, seems a little strange to me. Not in a bad way though I guess, just different.
 

furryhobnob

Distinguished Member
Yeah still looking great, love on the video where he holds 2 copies up and says if you want to play online with your friends, then fook 2 copies, you only need 1, and you invite your friend to play with you free of charge, great idea
 

thestig230

Well-known Member
***Spoiler*** A Way Out Trophies

Which brings me to my question, both me and a mate are going to be getting this game.

If we play together does anyone know if we will both earn trophies or will it only be the person who is "hosting" the game?
 

Cha1ky

Distinguished Member
***Spoiler*** A Way Out Trophies

Which brings me to my question, both me and a mate are going to be getting this game.

If we play together does anyone know if we will both earn trophies or will it only be the person who is "hosting" the game?
You should both earn them. There a couple you will have to do and only get individually.

I stand corrected See Post below.

Decent game this and the fact only one person needs to own it between the 2 of you is great.
 
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shoemaker666

Distinguished Member
im definitely going to get this now glad it seems to have turned out well. the trophy thing is interesting where the other player doesnt get them but they pop if they then buy it
 

McNab

Well-known Member
You should both earn them. There a couple you will have to do and only get individually.

I stand corrected See Post below.

Decent game this and the fact only one person needs to own it between the 2 of you is great.

Can I ask about the backseat mechanic and live the dream trophies?

Do they have to be done twice as different characters? I did the mechanic one as Vincent and only my friend got the trophy. My friend did the dream one as Leo and only I got the trophy.

I enjoyed the game, but the last hour wasn't quite as good as the rest as it turned into a bit of an action-fest.
 

Cha1ky

Distinguished Member
Can I ask about the backseat mechanic and live the dream trophies?

Do they have to be done twice as different characters? I did the mechanic one as Vincent and only my friend got the trophy. My friend did the dream one as Leo and only I got the trophy.

I enjoyed the game, but the last hour wasn't quite as good as the rest as it turned into a bit of an action-fest.
Not sure as I never unlocked all the trophies.

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I have a digital copy of this for sale if anyone is interested give me a shout and i'll knock up a thread.
 

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