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Falcon Age Reviews (PlayStation 4)

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IGN (Apr 09, 2019)
Falcon Age’s charming adventure made me care more for a virtual pet than I ever thought I could, and it shines in VR. I didn’t expect to become as bonded to a virtual animal as I did in Falcon Age. It got to the point where my real-life pet might’ve grown a little jealous with how many toys and how much praise this bird got. Outerloop has established a strong foundational system when it comes to exploring and fighting with your falcon, while presenting an intriguing, if sparse, world that explores some meaningful concepts. Even with some minor technical problems, I really enjoyed visiting this world and wish I could explore more of it (and put more cute outfits on my bird).
Way Too Many Games (Jul 09, 2019)
Falcon Age is a very accessible game in every sense of the word, including its hardware. Allowing you to play it both flat and inside PSVR. Allowing you to play it both with a DualShock 4 and with Move controllers. Albeit, the preferred way to play is inside of PSVR along with the Move controllers. In addition to the immersion, your dialog wheel and whip are very much at home with the Move controllers, while they lose a bit in interpretation when using DualShocks. Outerloop Games did a fantastic job with Falcon Age, their launch title, but there is room for improvement. I absolutely had fun in the game and handling your falcon companion is a bright spot. The characters and world are also very enjoyable. I do, however, wish that there was just a little bit more meat to a little bit of everything in it.
Big Boss Battle (B3) (May 24, 2019)
Life seems dull and pointless in this facility, as you are required to report to your robotic superiors and produce a quota of ore on a daily basis. It makes sense that eventually, you seek to abandon this terrible slave labor camp. Thankfully, you have a trained pet falcon to assist you in your escape, as her talons make light work of the machines that held you captive. The process of your escape also yields a new tool to assist you in the matter — an electric baton — and it quickly proves to be a fair weapon to bash the heads of those who might get in your way.