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KNACK

Family Friendly Gaming
28 July 2014
  • Excerpt: KNACK is the first Playstation 4 exclusive game Family Friendly Gaming is reviewing. Want to know something? It is the worst representation of the next generation on so many levels. KNACK is a huge disappointment. This home console game is boring, uninspired, and violent.
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Knack

EL33TONLINE
31 January 2014
  • Excerpt: If you haven’t heard the name Mark Cerny, you’ve definitely seen and played the games he has worked on and consulted for with franchises including Crash Bandicoot, God of War and Uncharted all enjoying his contributions and insights.
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The game made for no one.

GameCritics.com
31 January 2014
  • Conclusion: Seriously, who was this game designed for?
  • Pros: Growing to giant size in the final level.
  • Cons: Getting tired of the gameplay with two thirds left to go.
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Knack

impulsegamer
4 January 2014
  • Summary: Knack is definitely a walk down memory lane and ironically the old school gaming mechanics used by Japan Studio work quite well on the PS4
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PS4 Review: Knack

Video Games Reloaded
13 December 2013

Knack

Defunct Games
9 December 2013
  • Summary: Knack is not only a miserably boring action game, but it features one of the worst heroes ever made. Knack is easy to kill, stupid looking and part of an adventure that will never end. This PlayStation 4 game is too difficult for kids and too generic for adults. It's a disappointing failure on just about every level. Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
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Test : Knack [PS4]

Generation NT
8 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Un gentil jeu de plates-formes qui distille des éléments intéressants çà et là mais qui pêche trop par certains aspects pour être incontournable. Jeu PS4 oblige, on s'attendait à en prendre plein les mirettes. Ceci est d'autant plus vrai que le nom de Mark Cerny se profile derrière Knack. Architecte de la PS4, l’homme a ensuite endossé le rôle de directeur créatif pour le développement de Knack. Le jeu ne met pas vraiment en avant la puissance de la PS4 .
  • Pros: Nouvelle licence, Quelques très beaux niveaux, Des personnages attachants, Aspect film d'animation
  • Cons: Répétitif, Inégal, Quelques ralentissements, Manque de charisme des personnages, Pas de réelle claque visuelle
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Knack Review – PlayStation 4

Game Chronicles
7 December 2013
  • Excerpt: With the introduction of each new generation of console I’m always excited to see the first release for each genre type, especially when that game is a first-part title as is the case with Knack. Knack is the debut platformer title on Sony’s new PlayStation 4 that blends Pixar-inspired cinematics with a leading character that is part Tasmanian devil and part Crash Bandicoot.
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Expert Review

GamingNexus
4 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Knack is not only a miserably boring action game, but it features one of the worst heroes ever made. Knack is easy to kill, stupid looking and part of an adventure that will never end. This PlayStation 4 game is too difficult for kids and too generic for adults. It's a disappointing failure on just about every level.
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Knack

High-Def Digest
2 December 2013
  • Summary: 'Knack,' the PS4 launch title for the "rest of the family" as described by Mark Cerny. As the PlayStation 4 was building to its release, Mark Cerny quickly became a household name for PlayStation devotees. He was introduced at the PlayStation 4 unveiling event in New York City as lead architect, and became Sony's spokesperson for the next generation gaming console. Leading up to this prestigious role it should be remembered that Mr.
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