A Plague Tale: Innocence (2019) Video Game Review

Title: A Plague Tale: Innocence.

Release date: 2019.
Console (player on): PlayStation 5.
Console (also available on): PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC & Switch.
Mode(s): Single-Player.
Genre(s): Adventure, Drama, History.
Developer: Asobo Studio.
Publisher: Focus Home Interactive.
Director(s): David Dedeine & Kevin Choteau.
Producer(s): Brice Davin & Jamal Rguigui.
Designer(s): Kevin Choteau.
Programmer(s): Alain Guyet.
Artist(s): Olivier Ponsonnet.
Writer(s): Sébastien Renard.
Composer(s): Olivier Deriviere.
Voice Actor(s): Charlotte McBurney, Logan Hannan, Edan Hayhurst, Tabitha Rubens, David Knight, and many more!
My Overall Rating:

Rating: 8 out of 10.


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22 thoughts on “A Plague Tale: Innocence (2019) Video Game Review

  1. I’m continually impressed by the graphics, sound and immersiveness of some of these games. I think back to those I used to play and there’s no comparison. I mean Pong was just a 2D ball that went back and forth on the screen! 🙂 Granted, I enjoyed it. These days I don’t feel the pull to play any of these games but I love seeing how they’ve developed and what’s available. And who knows, maybe one day when I have more time I might try a few. Glad to see you really enjoyed this one, Lashaan.

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    1. Hahaha they are indeed quite impressive! I haven’t reviewed some of my favourite games but they push the boundaries of gaming in unimaginable ways, some almost feel like interactive movies! These are definitely a huge upgrade some Pong though. 😛 Thanks for reading, Todd!


  2. I recently started playing this game (going back and forth between this and the 2018 God Of War). It’s very good so far, like you say. It also feels unique in that it’s mostly a stealth game during the dark ages. Most stealth games tend to take place either in modern times, or there are sci-fi elements. I’m not sure I’d call Assassin’s Creed a pure stealth game, even if there are heavy stealth elements.

    I haven’t yet made it to the supernatural elements, but I know they’re in the game somewhere. That said, the relationship between brother and sister is already very compelling.

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    1. I’m really glad to read that you’re actually playing this! It has a wonderful idea and they’ve executed it quite well, especially with the stealth-based gameplay. I definitely look forward to the sequel. And 10000000x more for the sequel of God of War that’s coming out soon. I’ll definitely be replaying the first one before though.

      Hope you enjoy A Plague Tale and its ending! Game on! 😀


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