Super Cloudbuilt

Super Cloudbuilt

2017

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
Double Eleven
Developer
Coilworks

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Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Platformer
Release Date

PlayStation Network

  • 25th Jul 2017 (USA)
  • 25th Jul 2017 (UK/EU)
Tags
Parkour

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Reviews

  • 7

    PS4

    Review Super Cloudbuilt

    Destination heaven

    Parkour as a mechanic has become synonymous with the first-person shooter genre as of late. The likes of Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare and the Titanfall series brought the art of wall running to the masses, but rarely does a game outside of the FPS family incorporate free running to the point where it’s the way to get about...

About The Game

Originally launched on PC in 2014 as Cloudbuilt, Coilworks and Double Eleven totally remastered the title, reevaluating the game from the base mechanics up. The result stands as a definitive edition, making the experience more intuitive to new players, while adding increased depth and variation, allowing you to choose between taking your time to explore and focusing on blistering speeds and high scores.

Super Cloudbuilt puts you in the role of Demi, a young soldier who wakes up in the empty shell of a ruined building, in the center of a strange new world, disconnected from her old life and physical body. Confused and isolated, Demi pushes herself physically and mentally to overcome the obstacles of her new reality. Complete incredible feats of free-running and sharp shooting, using Demi’s rocket-powered exo-suit to leap and run through expansive worlds floating above a vast abyss. With each new challenge she overcomes Demi learns more, pushing her to piece together the future now laid out before her. Demi persists, traversing levels, allowing her to experience multiple endings: will Demi learn to understand and accept her new world, or question her reality and learn to defy it?