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.
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.
Excerpt: Knack is an action platformer that should feel right at home next to games like Ratchet & Clank or Jack and Daxter , but while it seems to have all the right parts, something feels lacking. Visually speaking, Knack looks good.
Summary: At some point, I realized that Knack is a game about cussing. I mean, it's not literally about cussing. You won't hear a single coarse word throughout the entirety of the adventure, whose story has been conspicuously crafted in the Pixar mold. Maybe not Pixar; that's probably a little generous.
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.
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.
Summary: Between Jak, Daxter, Ratchet, Clank, Sackboy and Sly Cooper, Sony has been on a decade-long winning streak when it comes to 3D platformers. Between the PlayStation 2 and 3, these loveable heroes won over fans and critics alike and while there were a few disappointing sequels along the way, these...