Thank You Trophy guide
How do you unlock all endings in Erica? Much like Telltale games, Flavourworks' FMV title features multiple endings based on the choices you make, the characters you engage with, and the actions you take. We thought Erica was a great game upon its release, awarding it an 8/10 in the Push Square review. There are six different...
Raid some tombs
And so the cycle continues. Sony recently announced the PlayStation Plus lineup for the month of July, and now the month of July is here. Today's the day you can get your hands on the latest complimentary PS Plus titles, and European members can start downloading them right now. The games will roll out in North America in due course...
Holly Earl takes the title role
Shadow drop-o’ clock: oft-forgotten PlayStation 4 exclusive FMV thriller Erica has a new heroine and you can play it right now. English actress Holly Earl has assumed the role of the titular character in the FlavourWorks-developed title, which sees you making decisions on the fly in order to unfold the mystery of...
Update: And Trophies hit Sony's servers
Update: We can be fairly certain that Erica will be at Gamescom 2019 in some capacity, but there's also a chance you may be playing it sooner than you think. The title's Trophies have just hit Sony's servers, and along with the previously leaked rating in Australia, there's a possibility this may shadow drop...
Is a date incoming?
We played the intriguing Erica a couple of years ago, and it was excellent. Unfortunately, ever since the live action drama was unveiled in 2017, it’s been pretty much missing in action. A release may be around the corner, however, as the Flavourworks developed escapade h
Live action point-and-click impresses
The best feeling when you’re a games reporter is heading into a demo feeling like you know exactly what you’re about to see – only for your expectations to be completely shattered. Erica is one such game. Announced as part of Sony’s barnstorming Paris Games Week 2017 press conference this week, it looked...
A little bit of Erica by my side
Full-motion video games are back? They’re definitely more common in 2017 than they’ve ever been – especially with London Studio working alongside Flavourworks to bring a creepy new interactive drama named Erica to PlayStation 4, as part of its PlayLink initiative. Looks like you’ll be using your smartphone...