Project Root for PlayStation 4

Project Root

Apr 28, 2015
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About this game

Developer: OPQAM
Content Rating: Teen


Prometheus Corporation is the leader in the generation and distribution of energy to all cities in the world. Due to the ideas and designs of charismatic president Demetrio Watts, the corporation developed new technologies producing higher quantities of energy at a lower cost, granting them near-absolute control of the market.

The friendly policies enforced by Prometheus and Demetrio Watts has made citizens confident they will have access to electricity in their houses every day. However, very few of them are aware of what's behind Demetrio Watts' smile or behind the scenes in Prometheus Corporation. Secret plans. Terrible plans. Plans which will take the population by surprise. When they realize what is going on, it will already be too late.

A group of rebels are the only ones who know Demetrio and his company's true intentions, and will do everything it takes to bring the truth to light about the person who pretends to be their eternal benefactor. It will not be easy or agreeable, but the danger behind what Prometheus hides within is a threat to all. Stopping Demetrio Watts is in the hands of a group of unknowns. Depends on Arcturus.

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Alex DaleMay 07, 2015
A ponderous, plodding shooter with levels that drag on for aeons, that champions boring conservatism over death-defying aerobics. One of the least exciting shoot-'em-ups I've ever played.
RichMay 06, 2015
Overall, Project Root can be enjoyable at times, but largely it is just so bland and mundane that it’s hard to recommend. It’s a shame, because the game has some good ideas, but the execution is just so far off the mark that it ends up being little more than an exercise in repetition and frustration. I can only imagine the most devout of shoot’em up fans spending any considerable time with this title I’m afraid.
Alex CarlsonMay 11, 2015
Even if the perspective was better, though, Project Root is just a dull game. It’s hard to find reasons to change tactics and few curveballs are thrown, even in additional objectives. While the shooting itself is solid and the power-ups do mix things up, Project Root can’t overcome its inherent flaws; flaws that come from an awkward mix of genres. It gets points for creativity, but most of Project Root is either awkward or dull, and sometimes, both.

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