PlayStation's latest free game is a 'frustrating' love-or-hate experience
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The latest PlayStation Plus offerings have arrived, which is perfect timing if you’re looking for something new to try out as we head into the long bank holiday weekend. There’s one title though that’s proving to be a ‘frustrating’ love or hate experience according to those who have already checked it out.
Let’s recap. We’re still awaiting April’s extra and premium tier additions, but March saw games like Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and day one release Tchia added to the various catalogues. Legacy of Thieves is, in particular, dazzling players with its incredible graphics. Personally, I’m a huge fan of Tchia and urge everyone to sample the picturesque and heartwarming six-hour adventure it offers. In terms of April’s essential tier line-up, we’ve got the very popular Sackboy: A Big Adventure (which I’ll be diving into this weekend), Tails of Iron and the latest day one release Meet Your Maker - and it’s this title that’s evidently frustrating.
Check out Tchia below.
PS Plus is certainly stepping up when it comes to day one releases. Between Tchia and Meet Your Maker, that’s one per month, two months running which must be somewhat of a record. It’s certainly not on par with Xbox Game Pass in that regard, but PS Plus is making progress. Meet Your Maker is a post-apocalyptic first-person building and raiding game where “every level is designed by players, for players”.
It’s a game that’s splitting the opinion of those who sample it. Reddit user Stunning-Ad-7443 wrote, “Really enjoying Meet Your Maker. Takes time to sink your teeth into but when you do, it’s really addictive,” while OfficialPotato added, “Meet Your Maker feels like the type of game people are either going to love or hate, but personally I’m absolutely loving it.”
On the other hand, Im2Chicken called the game occasionally “frustrating” seeing as how it pans is wholly dictated by other players. I guess that keeps things fresh. Others admitted that the game “looks kinda boring”. On the whole though, it definitely sounds like a title worth checking out. You can then decide which side of the fence you sit on.