Edge: Despite the game’s brevity, however, monotony
rears its head during All 4 One’s rigid, arcade-style levels. Ideas such as jetpacks and springboards are wrung for all they’re worth, and if you and your party fail to constantly keep pace, you’ll end up paying the price for your wandering ways.
Like Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light, All 4 One takes the iconography and personality of a singleplayer brand and applies it to something different. The results are mixed, but it’s a detour into new territory that will satisfy co-op players as it maintains, rather than distills, the essence of its ancestry.