Dead Syncronicity PS4 Port is Now Available

October 7th, 2016 -

A couple years ago there was a kickstarter campaign for a dystopian point and click adventure called Dead Syncronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today. It came out on PC about a year and a half ago, and has made its way to the PS4. The good news is, it translated over really well. The bad news is… is there bad news?

We reviewed it on PC, and I’ve played through it again on PS4 and have to say the difference in controls aside, I wouldn’t change the review. It’s still very much a BUY, and if you’d like to see our thoughts on it, feel free to read the above link. It’s dark, it’s demented, it’s truthful, and it’s hard to play at times. But it’s an experience worth your time if you are looking for something to sink your teeth in and don’t mind something that isn’t light hearted.

The port of Dead Syncronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today was created by Fictiorama Studios and published by Badland Games. The game has been available on PC since April 10th, 2015 for $19.99, and was made available on PS4 October 4th, 2016 for $19.99. The PC and PS4 copies reviewed were provided for us. If you’d like to see more of Dead Syncronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, check out the official site.

 

Here at FFoP we use a rating method that you may be unfamiliar with, so allow us to clarify. When we review a game, we see what sort of BRA fits. Buy, Rent, or Acquire is the rating we give out – we’ve boiled it down for simplicity. A Buy is worth the full retail value; a Rent is something you may want to try before you buy, or grab at a discount; an Acquire is something you can play, but we’d suggest borrowing it from someone, grabbing it in a game bundle, or some other means. If you want further clarification, please feel free to get in touch.

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