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Erica

Rating Summary

Based on 35 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

53%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 19, 2019

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Immerse yourself in an interactive live-action thriller which puts you at the heart of the mystery. • Delve into Erica’s past as you piece together the shocking truth behind her father’s death. • Face the consequences of your actions as you influence how the narrative unfolds and arrive at multiple alternative endings. • Reach into the world by interacting with clues using your DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller or the Erica app for iOS and Android*.

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Erica - Gamescom 2019 Launch Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

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Erica - PGW 2017 Announce Trailer | PS4

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Well shot, well acted, well crafted - Erica is a high-class FMV game for a new age.

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The dreamlike way Erica flows from scene to scene is also both a strength and a weakness. There are no hiccups or stutters in the narrative, but it also hides the major turning points of the story, or at least the moments when my decisions really make a difference. It's going to be interesting to go back and try again, making different choices. The relatively short running time gives that option extra appeal, especially if you're surrounding yourself with new people who don't know what's going to happen.

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Erica is a carefully executed, harmonic clash of film and game that tells a great mystery in a memorable way.

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An intruiguing multi-choice adventure, Erica does almost anything new but offer a interesting story and great replayability.

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