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PlayStation Universe (Apr 09, 2020)
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is not the most refined game you’ll find in 2020, falling short on multiple technical levels, but its blend of personal dramas and crisis management with slivers of wit and absurdity makes for a surprisingly impactful disaster movie-inspired experience that is arguably one that’s difficult to find elsewhere.
Video Chums (Mar 31, 2020)
If you can look past the aesthetics of Disaster Report 4, there's a bunch of fun to be had escaping the broken city and helping out the residents as you struggle to survive and hopefully make your way home.
55 (Apr 07, 2020)
(...) Obwohl mir die Mischung aus Elementen des klassischen Adventures und des Rollenspiels zusagt, kann das Spieldesign mit seinem Flickenteppich nicht überzeugen - Kona gelang das z.B. viel besser. Das Abenteuer ist technisch veraltet, inhaltlich viel zu statisch und in seiner dargestellten Welt stellenweise grotesk unrealistisch. Das fühlt sich an wie ein Action-Adventure im Korsett eines Point&Clicks der 90er Jahre, das sich lediglich durch das theoretisch freie moralische Handeln im ausreichenden Bereich halten kann. Hoffentlich haben die Japaner mit R-Type 2 Final ein besseres Händchen.
What players might expect out of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories and what it actually is are two entirely different things. It markets itself as a serious yarn centered around a catastrophe where player choice matters, but it’s actually an intentional comedy that uses the drama of the situations to heighten the absurdity of it all. It’s weird, but in a fantastic and enthralling way. Players with patience and a great sense of humor will come away extremely pleased. Those that can’t abide a laundry list of technical imperfections would be well served staying away. Disaster Report 4 is heavily flawed with too many irritating parts to suffer past, but it still comes recommended for anyone that believes Weird Al’s “Dare to be Stupid” should be the national anthem.
Way Too Many Games (Apr 02, 2020)
This might be one of the most disappointing gaming experiences I’ve ever had. There are very small hints of a brilliant game in Disaster Report 4, but they’re quickly overshadowed by terrible graphics, controls, characters, and one of the worst framerates I’ve ever seen in a PS4 game. You can’t even say this was a rushed job considering it originally came out in Japan two years ago. It just stayed there, untouched and unpolished, until it eventually got localized and released in the West. This could have easily been a potential cult hit, but it just ended up being a laughing stock and one of the worst games released in 2020 so far.