Erica for PlayStation 4


Aug 19, 2019
821st of 4503

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About this game

Developer: Flavourworks
Content Rating: Mature


Immerse yourself in a unique cinematic experience with this PlayLink exclusive, where every choice you make has a profound effect on your game. Erica throws you into a shadowy world of emotional, interactive storytelling, with the flow and production values of a Hollywood movie, all seamlessly unfolding in real time – all while you guide the protagonist on her journey.

Gamer Reviews

476 Reviews
2 reviews
Nov 13, 2019

This is a FMV game where you basically watch a movie and make all the choices. The acting was very well done (especially the lead woman playing Erica) and the story was decent, but held it back, because it could have been better. I bought it on sale for $5 and that is a good price for it.

Rodrigo Simas

Rodrigo Simas

Jan 17, 2020

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Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
Funké JosephSep 06, 2019
Erica has a strong, fleshed-out narrative full of twists and turns that each bring their own unique piece to the story. Its cryptic tone is carried through the audio, visuals, and writing; it never lets you relax. Sometimes weird controls jolt you out, but there is an abundance of enticing threads to follow, and it's a treat to be able to mold your own adventure out of it. Using a combination of crisp cinematography and FMV-specific game mechanics, Erica never fails to hook you into its haunting, mysterious world.
Stephanie SungAug 28, 2019
Through allowing players to interact by using their cellphones, the game offers a modern-day alternative to storytelling, utilizing today’s technology to tell a hair-raising narrative about the murder of Erica’s father and the secrets that revolve around it. Even if some of the controls may seem unnecessary, the mysteries you uncover and the chilling plot is worth staying for. Strengthened by the interactive nature of the game and the stellar acting from a talented cast, Erica is a thriller you won’t want to miss.
Marcus EstradaAug 22, 2019
ERICA stands as an intriguing example of connecting players with a game through touch controls. It succeeds primarily as a technical feat and less so as a deeply-engrossing video game. If the storyline were given more time to grow then maybe it would have blossomed into something special. As is, it’s akin to a murder mystery popcorn flick. There’s fun to be had solving the mystery, but not quite enough to create a memorable experience.

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