Timothy's Night Trailers
Timothy's Night - Trailer PlayStation 5
Timothy vs the Aliens - Launch trailer Nintendo Switch
Timothy's Night Screenshots
Critic Reviews for Timothy's Night
When stellar DualSense implementation really is the only highlight, however, it’s hard to fully recommend Timothy’s Night. Its visual style is commendable, and this is not a bad game by any means. But its gameplay – complete with sluggish movement, ho-hum gunplay and enemies that frequently spawn behind you – is just never particularly enjoyable. If you really dig the noir aesthetic you might get a kick out of it, but there are certainly better ways to spend your time.
Timothy’s Night is the much prettier, dolled-up twin-sibling to the original colour-less 2018 edition. Instead of simply porting the same game to the PlayStation 5, the developers have added more content, changed the whole colour scheme, updated various mechanics, boosted the visuals, and expanded the world, so despite being technically the same game, it felt fresh and new. Due to the ambitious visual overhaul, the game feels like it dips below 60fps at times, but not enough to distract you from the brilliant use of the DualSense controller and fun gameplay. Whether you’ve played the original game or not, Timothy’s Night is a fun game to replay or experience for the first time. There is no free upgrade, as it’s more of a remaster than a 1:1 update, but the 6-8 hours is well worth the price of the game. Also, it’s great to see a small indie developer fully utilise almost everything the PlayStation 5 offers in order to enhance their game and deliver a product closer to their vision, rather than a simple port with no changes.
Despite showing how to make an excellent use of the DualSense features, the minimum that should be expected even from bigger titles, Timothy's Night limits its re-release to only that, missing other points that could have been improved upon. The low difficulty and lacking content variety in the campaign, along with the flawed movement of the gangster protagonist, turn the title into a basic, quick and hardly impressive experience.
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