Axiom Verge for PlayStation 4
PS4

Axiom Verge

Mar 31, 2015
8.77
playscore
Good
102nd of 5011

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Tom Happ
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Axiom Verge is a retro-styled 2D action game focused on unusual weaponry and exploration of an maze-like, infested world. You play as Trace, a relatively normal (if quirky) guy who suffers a near-fatal injury, after which he wakes up in a strange, unsettling new world that is both high-tech and incredibly ancient. Why is he here? Where are the world's inhabitants? And what is the mysterious force that seems intent on ending his life?

Gamer Reviews

5817 Reviews
9.44
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1 review
7.00
Markus Malinen

Markus Malinen

Jan 16, 2020
7.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

36 Reviews
8.11
Conrad ZimmermanMar 30, 2015
Axiom Verge is a fun, challenging game. While some aspects of the narrative -- particularly its protagonist -- have rough edges to them, it remains intriguing and mysterious through to its climax. It looks and sounds great, and offers a diversity of weapons rarely seen in games of its type. Easy to get lost in, its sizeable world has a density to match, with hidden rooms and collectibles only available through creative application of acquired abilities.
William SchwartzMar 30, 2015
Axiom Verge is a love letter to another time. While games from that era don’t impress in terms of visuals any longer, there’s still fun to be found in the exploration and discovery facets of this intricate, well-formed world. Axiom Verge is one of the purest forms of Metroidvania titles that we’ve seen among the slew of games that have jumped on the trend in recent years. That said, Axiom Verge doesn’t do very much to set itself apart as well.
Peter BrownMar 30, 2015
Axiom Verge is a game that's easy to fall in love with because it hits so many high notes. It takes the Metroidvania model and adds layers of ingenuity that are in a league all of their own, the most notable being the Address Disruptor. Yes it's occasionally drab looking, and some enemies may not fit in with the rest of the world, but when a game is this good, these blemishes quickly fade into the back of your mind.

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