Klaus

Klaus (PS4)

2016

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
La Cosa Entertainment
Developer
La Cosa Entertainment

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Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 6/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Platformer
Release Date

PlayStation Network

  • 19th Jan 2016 (USA), $19.99
  • 26th Jan 2016 (UK/EU), £15.99
Official Site
klausgame.com

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Reviews

  • 4

    PS4

    Review Klaus

    The first impression is everything

    Klaus' intelligent colour palette is put at odds with generic mechanics. This faulty combination sucks life from an otherwise terrific title. The narrative begins as a stolid commentary on contemporary corporate culture and evolves into a tale of personal triumph, woe, and redemption. Developer, La Cosa...

About The Game

KLAUS follows an office worker who wakes up in a basement with no idea of who or where he is. With his only clue being the word "KLAUS" tattooed on his arm. He is forced to escape the mechanical & constructivist world in which he finds himself a prisoner. Another playable character: K1, a friendly brute damaged by prolonged imprisonment, embarking on an existential journey, exploring the idea of the fourth wall and awareness of the player playing the game.

KLAUS' tight & challenging platforming takes inspiration from hyper-precise classics such as SUPER MEAT BOY & MEGAMAN and combines them with a tense and emotionally engaging narrative akin to those of LIMBO and THOMAS WAS ALONE.

With a minimalistic aesthetic and an electronic soundtrack, KLAUS will appeal to gamers both for its style and unique gameplay experience.