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Hidden Agenda

Rating Summary

Based on 44 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

30%

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Based on 44 critic reviews
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Hidden Agenda Reviews Summary

Summary: Hidden Agenda does show the potential for the PlayLink system, but a lacklustre, generic and brief story along with limited mechanics doesn't elevate it further than an interesting idea

General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 23, 2017

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Genres: Interactive Story, Horror

Blending the best elements of movies and games, this story based adventure drops you into a tale rife with chilling moral dilemmas. Up to six of you can join in and influence the narrative, but beware – not all of you will be working towards the same objective…

Where to Buy

Amazon

Hidden Agenda Media

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PlayLink - Hidden Agenda Launch Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

PlayLink - Hidden Agenda Launch Trailer | PS4

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PlayLink - Introducing Hidden Agenda - PS4 Video | E3 2017

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Hidden Agenda Reviews

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

Supermassive's dour whodunnit is a poor vehicle for PlayLink's experiment in multiplayer narrative - a woeful mismatch of genre and form.

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Hidden Agenda doesn't live up to Supermassive's interactive take on the teen slasher genre, but still weaves a suspenseful mystery worth more than one playthrough

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There's some good ideas in how PlayLink can be used to let a group of players (and non-gamers in particular) join together and shape a filmic story, but the actual interface feels clumsy, and the story and scripting leaves plenty to be desired. It's safe to say that Hidden Agenda is an obvious disappointment.

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Hidden Agenda is an innovative experience that opens up new possibilities in the world of interactive adventures. The title of SuperMassive Games proposes us live a party of crime with friends and influence all together in the history. It is not perfect, but it is a great alternative for entertainment.

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