It Takes Two for PlayStation 4
PS4

It Takes Two

Mar 26, 2021
9.15
playscore
Excellent
37th of 7915

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Hazelight Studios
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Embark on the craziest journey of your life in It Takes Two. Invite a friend to join for free with Remote Play Together** across an abundance of gleefully disruptive co-op gameplay challenges. This is a genre-bending platform adventure where only one thing’s for certain: we’re better together.

Gamer Reviews

1451 Reviews
9.54
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0 review
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Jan 8, 2022


Phan Doanne

Phan Doanne

Mar 27, 2022
9.80
بختیار احمد
1.00
Eng.Ahmed Mamdoh

Eng.Ahmed Mamdoh

Feb 12, 2022
9.50
aziz

aziz

Jan 8, 2022
9.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

29 Reviews
8.75
Stephen TailbyMar 24, 2021
It Takes Two is an excellent co-op adventure. While it stumbles on certain narrative aspects and not all the performances are winners, it more than makes up for that with its brilliantly fun and ever-changing gameplay. Forcing two players to work in tandem in countless ways, the game embraces co-op play wholeheartedly, and the variety of gameplay and environments makes it a joy to play from start to finish.
Richard WalkerMar 30, 2021
Surely no one could possibly play this and not have a silly smile painted across their face from beginning to end – we need a lot more games like this, particularly in lockdown, where collaboration is a necessity, success provides a moment of air-punching satisfaction, and boredom is a dirty word. It Takes Two is quite simply one of 2021's most delightful surprises; a game with no pretences beyond being pure and unfettered two-player fun. An absolute joy.
Paul TamburroMar 24, 2021
It Takes Two is one of the most delightful and ceaselessly entertaining co-op games I’ve played. Hazelight offers so many exciting levels, abilities, set-pieces, and mini-games, but does not let this extreme level of variety affect its quality. Every new idea is introduced to the game with care and used in a way that players can enjoy, before promptly being recycled out for an even better one. That this is the developer’s first platformer is staggeringly impressive, and I can only hope that this won’t be its final flirtation with a genre it’s clearly head over heels for.

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