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Tarsier Studios
Apr 24, 2017 - PlayStation VR

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Critic Reviews for Statik

It's a testament to Statik's inventive puzzle design and clever complementary use of the DualShock 4 and PlayStation VR that even though I didn't care much for its story or aesthetic, it still won me over big time. If you're a PlayStation VR owner, you owe it to yourself to look into this game further.

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I really enjoyed Statik. It's not particularly big, but it is very clever, and has clearly had a lot of thought and love poured in to it. VR is an integral part of the game rather than being a showy gimmick, making this a fine addition to the PlayStation VR library.

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Statik is a nice surprise for puzzle-game lovers. A 5-5 hours long jigsaw puzzle immersed in an essential but fun genre VR.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Statik is an excellent PlayStation VR puzzle game: it's cleverly designed puzzles with subtle environmental elements keep your mind ticking from start to finish. Accompanied by impressively detailed visuals, it puts most virtual reality titles to shame, and is a must buy – even if it's a bit on the short side.

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Statik's puzzles are absolutely brilliant, providing some mind-bending experimental challenges in a unique way that takes full advantage of VR.

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Statik continues the winning streak of „escape room” genre on PlayStation VR. Wonderful logic game, which requires thinking outside the box.

Review in Polish | Read full review

Statik is a puzzle game perfectly suited for those who are looking for a challenging experience: you will that every puzzle, despite its difficulty, has a logical solution. Homewever, due to its nature, its difficult to recommend Statik to those who don't want to spend their time thinking times and times over about the same puzzle.

Review in Italian | Read full review

On paper, it doesn't look particularly impressive, but you really need to strap in and feel the stress of solving one of its many puzzle boxes.

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Little Nightmares' Tarsier Studios Acquired by THQ Nordic's Parent Company

Little Nightmares' Tarsier Studios Acquired by THQ Nordic's Parent Company

Tarsier Studios, the 65-person team behind games such as Little Nightmares and The Stretchers, has been acquired by the ownership group once known as THQ Nordic AB.

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