- Call of the Sea is coming to PS4 & PS5 next month
I love this game. If you like adventure and puzzle games, I think you will enjoy it.
This game was a blast. It’s not too long, but some of the puzzles were really tricky and required you to stop and think. I played it on my series x definitely worth playing at the 20-40 dollar range.ID: guekpml
Good to hear, the art style and visuals caught my attention during the Xbox showcase.
Hopefully Native 4K 60 FPS on PS5? How was it on XSX?ID: guergu0
It was 1440p/60fps as i remember.
I thought its an Xbox exclusive lol. Maybe i will try it on Ps5 when its discountedID: gudzda8
It was a console launch exclusive meaning it’s exclusive to that console for ____ months or years. It all depends on the deal.ID: gue19if
No? it was known since it launched it was only a timed exclusiveID: gue56dg
Think you’re mistaking this for sea of thieves - different gameID: guekqj5
I wish that game would come to PS!ID: gueply7
No just a console exclusive for a few months like so many other AA games from both platform holders in the coming years. It's the exclusivity wars.ID: gufc4pq
At least this was a short exclusivity window
Played a couple hours of this on gamepass the other day. Got to chapter 3 and started finding some of the puzzles a bit tedious and haven't gone back since. Thinking I will pick it up again in the next week or so and try to keep going.
I'm in the part where I had to push the little star symbol circles on the ground to make the ooze flow into the right paths of the circular design on the stone floor, then after that had to look up the solution for the eyeglass puzzle with the ink blots (not sure if I just missed an obvious hint, but solving that one seemed to be kinda obtuse and it frustrated me) and now I'm on the cliffs with the symbols that you switch up/down to open/close the -stone pipe organ- (??) and I got stuck there and turned it off.
I keep feeling like maybe I've missed hints and am getting stuck because I'm not catching some obvious clue, or maybe I'm just dumb. I was having a couple beers when I played last, so maybe had a bit of a buzz which could have impacted my puzzle solving skills though, so I won't blame the game's puzzle design yet lol.
I did like the vibe/mystery/characters/story so far (with the exception of the main character over-explaining every little story note she comes across which gets a bit heavy handed) so I want to continue if I can. Also wish the walk/run speed was a bit faster.ID: guftgn1
i got stuck on the same two puzzles you mentioned. even knowing all the relevant clues for the "pipe organ" one i had to look up a walkthrough, that one wasn't the best of the game's puzzles. i'd say find a guide for that and keep going though, the rest of the puzzles are worth it and if you like the story/characters then the ending is definitely worth seeing. the actor for the player character really nails her performance.ID: gufwkky
Man I just went back and played for about 20 minutes and still couldn’t figure it out and got really frustrated and just turned on a youtube playthrough instead. Getting so annoyed walking slowly back and forth looking for clues so she will finally sketch the puzzle solution in her notebook..
I did enjoy all the puzzles up until this point. Now I’m debating if I should just take your advice and go back and cheat my way through this puzzle with the walkthrough so that I can finish it actually playing instead of the youtube video haha
Thought this said Sea of Thieves and was excited for a sec
I finished it during the launch.
I will highly recommend if you like puzzle solving exploration games like FireWatch and What Remains of Edith Finch.
Voice acting is superb. 1920s setting. You will love it.
This game goes so fucking hard. Total classic tale that will inspire lots of other games.
PlayStation fans are gonna eat this up, great experience.