[PS4] Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire Review
Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire is a new casual game from eastasiasoft with a bit of fan service. Learn more in our Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire review!
After giving us Poker Pretty Girls Fantasy World Edition, eastasiasoft is back with a new casual game with a bit of fan service on the side. As you’ve probably guessed by now, Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire focuses on the game of solitaire. If, for some reason, you’ve never played solitaire, here’s how it goes: you play with a deck of cards, which you lay out on a playing surface with several of the cards facing down, and the last card on the column flipped up. Your goal is to search for the four aces between the drawing pile and the cards that are face down so that you can then place the cards of the same suit from the Ace to the King.
To do this, you’ll move a cursor around the screen with the left analog stick of your DualShock 4, using the X button to interact with cards. You can either press the X button to grab a card, drag it where you want to place it, and then drop it there, or you can speed things up by quickly pressing the X button twice so that the card is placed exactly where it needs to go.
You can select to play each game with the girls in the game by selecting the Easy, Normal, or Hard difficulty setting. For Easy and Normal, you’ll be able to use one of three abilities. Press the Triangle button, and you can use a hint so that the game lets you know which card on the playing field you could use to carry on playing. Press the Square button, and the cards that are placed down on each column will be shuffled with the draw pile to switch things around. The R1 button can be pressed to make one of the useful cards that are face down is exposed and placed right away. The difference between Easy and Normal is how many uses you have for each of these abilities, with Hard removing access to these abilities.
There’s a full trophy list for Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire, and it’s not a hard one to complete before you have one new Platinum for your collection. There are trophies for playing one, six, and twelve games of solitaire, for completing a game on the Normal difficulty setting, and for unlocking the extra costumes for each of the seven starting girls. The first six of them only have one costume to unlock, while the seventh girl has two, which means you’ll have to complete a game on the Easy difficulty setting and one on Normal to unlock all of her costumes. Play some extra matches to get up to twelve games played, and you’re set!
Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire is a fun video game take on the classic solitaire card game with a dash of fan service thanks to the generously endowed female characters in the game, all of which – so says the disclaimer – are over eighteen years of age. Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire is out on PlayStation 4 with a budget $5.99 price.
This Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by eastasiasoft.