Terraria for PlayStation 4
PS4

Terraria

Nov 11, 2014

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Dig, Fight, Explore, Build! The most extraordinary action-packed adventure is just a pickaxe swing away... Welcome to Terraria! Explore vast and vibrant worlds with your friends, and face the treacherous perils of Terraria including hundreds of twisted foes, magical creatures and mighty final bosses. Dig to literally the ends of the earth and then craft with what you discover to make amazing armor, weapons and other items. Build fantastic dwellings with only your imagination as your limit - the world is your canvas!

Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.97
Daniel KozlowskiNov 27, 2014
Though I do enjoy playing Terraria, it is beginning to show its age, and not just because of the old school graphics style. In seeing it on the Vita, it seems perfectly at home with just the right amount of content and the style of gameplay suiting a handheld console. On a machine like the PS4, it feels like so much of the power available is just being ignored. If you have the PC version of Terraria, I wouldn’t jump on the PS4 instalment, but a handheld version could definitely be a nice addition to your library of games.
KimFeb 05, 2015
Overall, Terraria is a great game that is only sometimes held back by its lack of guidance. Unfortunately the very thing that makes the game awesome is also what makes it quite often frustrating. It’s a hard balance to strike, and Terraria almost nails it, but just a little more guidance would be nice to keep you feeling like you’re constantly making good progress, rather than just going round in circles.
Matt GirdlerDec 05, 2014
The key to Terraria’s genius is its sense of adventure, which it creates without any scripted sections, cutscenes or narrative ties. Instead, it does so with intertwined systems which produce frequent moments of pleasure. From the satisfaction of creating a new home, to the relief of winning a tough battle, everything hits harder because the game made you work for it. As a result, this deceivingly simple-looking 2D platformer is one of the most empowering games I’ve played.

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