Archangel™ for PlayStation 4


Jul 18, 2017
1558th of 7930

VR Content

virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Skydance Interactive
Content Rating: Teen


Step into the cockpit of a six-story mech and feel its might at your command! You are the tip of the spear in the United States Free Forces’ war against the overwhelming mechanized forces of HUMNX, a tyrannical corporation that rules a post-apocalyptic America. Marshall an arsenal of weapons and fight alongside your squadmates in an incredible, hands-on VR battle across the scarred landscapes of a once beautiful nation. Choose to be Gabriel or Gabby Walker, experienced combat ace, Archangel® test pilot, and last best hope of The Free. You’ll fight more than HUMNX forces: you’ll face shadows from your past, reminders of the decisions that earned you the codename “Guardian” but cost more than you could bear. The newly-forged mech AI, M1KL, experiences the world linked to your mind, seeing what you see, feeling what you feel. Do you have what it takes to become the people’s deliverance?

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Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
Ray CarsilloAug 04, 2017
While there’s really nothing broken in Archangel, the game suffers from a clear lack of follow-through on any of the interesting ideas it tries to bring to the table. Its slow, plodding pace stands out even more against the backdrop of mediocre gameplay and one-note characters that made me thankful when the game came to its abrupt end.
Jamie FelthamJul 21, 2017
Archangel is an ambitious game, just in the wrong ways. The on-rails gameplay provides a few hours of forgettable fun, but the emphasis on a generic story and cast is to its detriment. VR can blend narrative and interaction together in meaningful ways, but Archangel fails to capitalize on them.
Cade OnderAug 02, 2017
Although it boasts an impressive story and immerses you in the cockpit of a large mech, Archangel fails to be a memorable on-rails shooter in VR due to its lackluster gameplay.

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