Dino Dini's Kick Off Revival (PS4)
- 3 Game Modes: Practice, Single Game, European Cup
- Online gaming: 1 vs 1 with matchmaking, invite your friends and leaderboards
- Offline multiplayer: 1 vs 1
- 24 European teams to choose from
- Free DLC will update the game every 2 months
- Play with one button (Passing/Shooting/ etc)
- Radar for full view of the pitch
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language: : Italian
- Product Dimensions : 19 x 13.5 x 3 cm; 79 Grams
- Release date : 24 June 2016
- ASIN : B01EFFNT0S
- Item Model Number : KOR-PS4
- Best Sellers Rank: 16,916 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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THE RETURN OF A LEGENDARY GAME!
Dino Dini’s Kick Off Revival combines the elements that made Kick Off, its sequel Kick Off 2 and Goal such a success, together with the improved technology offered by PS4: high-resolution graphics that keep the spirit of the franchise, updated physics, artificial intelligence, and gameplay that is both easy to learn, yet deep and unusually intense.
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There were a number of issues with the initial release of the game, but Dino (and crew!) seemed to have ironed out most of them. I get how some people think the controls are very basic and a bit of a nightmare, but I think Dino was just trying to recreate how it was back in the day. So for me it's not as bad as some say, but it's definitely not a game you're going to play loads!
Started off well. Although the game was a little sparse for a PS4 game, the foundations were there. The playability was good. Updates were promised, but they didn’t really materialise and the project seemingly petered out. Games still looks a bit bare.
Have to be honest, I now play Kick Off 2 more from 1990 that this was heavily based upon. Sometimes you just can’t beat the original retro games you grew up with. Nostalgia is a very strong influence. Revival is ok, but lacking. You’ll feel you want a lot more from a modern day release.