Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition (PlayStation 4) Review | Cubed3

This is ACE Team's first venture onto the PS4, and to any impartial observer of the Chile-based studio's previous output, it wouldn't be unnatural to assume that there was something in the water at the quirky software company's HQ. Abyss Odyssey first appeared on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC last year and only helped strengthen ACE Team's elevation to 'oddball' status with its surreal story and left-of-centre character design. With the current craze of giving last-gen titles a fresh lick of paint before throwing them back out into the wild for a second shot of fame, it shouldn't be a surprise that Abyss Odyssey has also made that jump with an Extended Dream Edition. Boasting an upgraded 1080p resolution, enhanced move sets, local 4-player multiplayer, and the online drop-in / drop-out co-op option that had been exclusive to the PC version, it's fair to say that the dream has certainly been extended. Is it enough to warrant a second visit, or is it a total nightmare?

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