Pillar for PlayStation 4


Feb 17, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Michael Hicks
Content Rating: Teen


Lost in an intimate snowy town, a palette of individuals are in search of a mysterious artifact said to bring great knowledge and understanding. Lead each character through their quest in this collection of minigames, each with unique personalities and challenges... maybe their paths aren't so different after all.

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Matt WhittakerMar 01, 2015
Pillar is clearly seeking to be the next Braid, but unlike Johnathan Blow’s masterpiece, it simply doesn’t have strong enough gameplay to come close to that level. Rudimentary puzzle design overshadows every emotional undertone so greatly that boredom is more likely to ensue than introspection. Whether or not Pillar teaches us something about ourselves is irrelevant; the fact that we’re left wondering what could have been is the true tragedy.
Gary BehanFeb 25, 2015
All in all, Pillar is a very good game. It’s pretty, charming, original in its execution and its obvious from the get-go that it was designed with a love for video games and a passion to do something different with them. Basing a game around the Myers-Briggs test (a test I had to take in my day job when I first started) and the personality types associated with it was an interesting idea and I think Mr. Hicks should be applauded for his inventive spirit and his want to make something that stands out from the crowd.
Matt HelgesonMar 03, 2015
Hicks is clearly talented; Pillar has a lot of interesting concepts that, sadly, don't come together in satisfying way. I have no doubt that he'll make a great game someday. This isn't it. A promising concept with muddled execution. It alternates between mystifying allegory and largely irritating gameplay.

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