Summary: Blacklight: Retribution on the PS4 is a mixed bag. Core game-play is what you've come to expect with modern day first person shooters and is quit fun, although a bit glitchy at times. The graphics are okay, but with most levels being very well lit, you can see many flaws. The main problem with Blacklight is it prompts you at every turn to spend money. From guns, attachments and customization options Blacklight practically begs you to pay up.
Summary: While decent, solid fun, the Microtransactions damage the experience massively, the online lag is horrific and the port feels overall shoddy. However, the game has re-bindable controls, pretty graphics, and shows us what we can look forward to in the Next-Gen of consoles. Not bad, but not good either.
Summary: The best PS4 game out right now, and the best thing is, IT'S FREE! I enjoyed the hell out of Black-light Retribution on PC, so when I saw that it was being brought to PS4 I immediately made my choice of next-gen system. Luckily, it did not disappoint, and I've been playing it like mad in the past 2 weeks.
Summary: After owning and beating the single player portions of COD, Killzone and Battlefield. i tried their multiplayer and simply could not get into either. The reason being that I played Blacklight Retribution. The game has an appealing setting, good graphics, excellent map design and most importantly the black light which allows you to see through wall and track other players. This is a game changer for me.
Summary: This is a free to play game that is a good starter on your ps4. there is not much I can actually say about the game other then it plays well and as has good graphics. now the microtransactions are where my marks for the game go down. most of the items are achievable in the game and will take a number of matches to unlock one item.
Summary: I was so disappointed with this game. It looks like a lot of fun but it feels so blocky and awkward and it is so hard to get into a match with a friend. Also there is no way to have more than a couple hours of fun without dropping some money into it to get more equipment and weapons. But can you really complain when its a free-to-play? Nah its a decent FTP. And lots of microtransactions are to be expected with a FTP.
Summary: About a year after launching on the PC, Blacklight: Retribution has finally made its way to the PlayStation Store. For those of you who aren't familiar with the Blacklight series, they're essentially a collection of "free-to-play" first person MMO's. The series has never really caught on, however, in a time when great games like Planetside 2 and TF2 dominate the free-to-play FPS market.
Summary: Not what I was expecting. Blacklight: Retribution looked like an amazing free-to-play game on the PS4 launch, and I was very eager to get it, being a long-time fan of multiplayer FPS games. My first day with this game was decent. I messed around for a bit with the training modes, as the servers were so messed up that I could not connect to a game.