Thursday, April 25, 2019

Heaven's Vault PS4 Game Review

platforms: PlayStation 4 and Windows
release date: April 16th, 2019
status: released on PS4 and Windows

Uncover a forgotten past and decipher a lost language in this open-world narrative adventure game.
Join archaeologist Aliya Elasra and her robot sidekick Six as they investigate The Nebula, an ancient network of scattered moons.
Discover lost sites, freely explore ancient ruins and translate inscriptions to reveal the secrets of the Nebula’s past.
Decipher an entire hieroglyphic language in a puzzle mechanic with a unique narrative twist: every inscription you find has a meaning, and the translations you choose feed back into the story, changing Aliya’s ideas about what she’s found. But be warned – you won’t ever be sure if your translations are correct.
The game has a non-linear design that allows you to approach the story in any order; backed up by inkle’s narrative engine, ink, which remembers every choice you make and every path you follow – and every path you don’t – and feeds that into what happens next.
A diverse cast of characters will react to everything you say, and change their approach depending on how you treat them. Some are kind, some are cautious, and others are out to con you – you have been warned!
  • Totally unique art style, blending beautiful 3D environments and hand-drawn 2D art.
  • Learn and translate the ancient language of the Ancients.
  • Interact with a large cast of characters who remember everything you say.
  • Journey through an open world where every action counts.
  • Sail on the rivers of the Nebula - and into its depths.
  • Be a thief, an explorer, a detective, a seeker, a saviour, a rogue...


This isn't really the kind of game I usually play but it did sound interesting so I decided to give it a play and review.

Heaven's Vault is a puzzle game that is different from other puzzle games I have tried in the past. 

The sailing part got a is slow and boring but that has been fixed. You can pass the controls to Six.

The visual is underwhelming but all in the I enjoyed playing this game.

I am giving this a 3 1/2 out of 5.

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