[PlayStation 5] Pretty Girls: Speed Review
Pretty Girls: Speed from eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation is a new card-based battle game on PlayStation. Learn more in our Pretty Girls: Speed review!
Pretty Girls: Speed from eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation is a new card-based battle game on PlayStation. The premise – and the execution is simple – you must use the cards in your hand to sequentially place them on top of the cards at the center of the screen so that you can run out of cards and win the round. Win two rounds, and you’ll win the match. You’ll be playing against ten female characters voiced in Japanese. The game can be played either in Battle Mode, as you battle against each girl, one at a time, or in Challenge Mode, where you’ll need to complete all 100 levels.
The controls for Pretty Girls: Speed are very easy since you’ll only need to be quick as you press one of four directions on the D-Pad or the left analog stick in order to place a card from your hand onto the two spots on the center of the screen so that you can get rid of it, right as you prepare to place the next card. If neither player can place a card from their hand, then a random card will be pulled from their draw pile to be placed at the center of the screen. If these cards don’t allow for either player to play a card from their hands, another card will be pulled from the draw pile.
Trophy-wise, since this one is from eastasisoft, we’re getting a Cross-Buy title on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, with each game having its own trophy list, with a full list split into a lone Silver trophy and 10 Gold trophies. The first trophy will pop when you start to play the game, and then you’ll get the rest of the trophies as you defeat each of the girls in Battle Mode. You’ll probably be able to get the Platinum trophy in less than an hour, so if you have a PS5, you can get two Platinum trophies for your collection!
Other games in the Pretty Girls series have offered fun gameplay mechanics to go along with the fan service angle, but that’s not the case for Pretty Girls: Speed. The gameplay is too simple, and the battles themselves are not fun to take on since you can easily win most rounds by just pressing up, down, left, and right on the D-Pad or the left analog stick at a steady pace. Pretty Girls: Speed is out on PlayStation as a Cross-Buy title for a $5.99 price.
This Pretty Girls: Speed review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.