The Persistence for PlayStation 4
PS4

The Persistence

Jul 24, 2018
8.50
playscore
Good
223rd of 4420
warning

VR Content

Requires Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Can you survive The Persistence? Caught in the inexorable pull of a black hole, and with the crew mutated into horrific & murderous aberrations, it’s down to you, a clone of security office Zimri Eder, to save the ship and make the jump back to earth. A brutal VR sci-fi-stealth, horror, roguelike featuring dozens of upgradable gear & weapons that may just be enough to keep you alive long enough to survive The Persistence.

Gamer Reviews

285 Reviews
9.36

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Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
7.65
Phil NeymanJul 30, 2018
Hearing enemies from far away takes the suspense out of things a bit, but they are tough to take down, so there is still some challenge. In playing through The Persistence, you can’t help but wonder what a game like this could be if it had been given the Alien franchise to work with. Until that day comes and we can play Alien Isolation in VR, you could do a lot worse than The Persistence.
Janet GarciaJul 24, 2018
Overall, the progression is solid, but there are a few moments where I felt it was sort of unfair (i.e having to backtrack with no health in sight) due to the procedural generation. You’ll want to pick this game up, because while it does have its flaws, there’s something incredibly satisfying about sneaking up behind enemies and zapping the stem cells out of their skulls. It’s a feeling I encourage all of you to seek out.
Sammy BarkerJul 24, 2018
The Persistence cleverly blends Dead Space-esque outer-space sci-fi scares with the addictive arcade loop of rogue-lites like Rogue Legacy, resulting in a PlayStation VR campaign that’s both gut-wrenching and weirdly replayable. It won’t take you a million lightyears to complete the likeable campaign, but a hardcore mode awaits when you’ve finished, and clever co-op functionality adds a little longevity to the experience as well.

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