[PS5] Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire Review
Ready for a twist on a classic card game on PlayStation? Then check out our Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire review!
Ready for a twist on a classic card game on PlayStation? ZOO Corporation and eastasiasoft are back with a new PlayStation release with Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire, a new variation on the card game classic we all know and love. For this variation on solitaire, you’ll have to place all cards on the table in the specific order established for each set. You’ll collect a card from your deck and either place it on top of one of the cards on the upper right corner of the screen, or place them on any available slots in the middle, or even on top of other cards. Just remember that you can’t use the cards that are being blocked by other cards and that once placed on top of a card, you won’t be able to move that card to another pile.
The gameplay is simple. You’ll use the left analog stick or the D-Pad to select a card and can grab it and drop it by pressing the X button. Depending on the difficulty setting you select, you’ll have more empty slots where to place cards, which certainly changes how you approach each match. If you end up needing a card that is currently being blocked by another one, you can press the Triangle button to instantly move one card into place. If you want to shuffle the cards around, just press the R2 button. Pressing the Square will reveal more than one card on your deck so that you can plan ahead.
As expected, there’s a bit of a fan service twist for Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire. You’ll meet eight female characters, and each one will have different outfits for you to unlock as you clear each stage so that you can then view them in the Dressing Room section. On top of this, you can use the characters and the outfits that you’ve managed to unlock to work on creating dioramas to showcase them.
Trophy-wise, this is an easy game with a full trophy list, so you shouldn’t have much trouble adding a new Platinum trophy to your collection. And since the game is Cross-Buy, if you own a PlayStation 5 console, you can get two Platinum trophies! The list includes 11 Gold trophies, and you’ll get your first trophy as soon as you play the game for the first time. The rest of the trophies will unlock after you clear 9 matches in Easy Mode, 3 matches in Normal Mode, and 3 matches in Hard Mode. Oh, and you’ll also have to clear a match while playing in Easy Mode without using any of your abilities. If you need some extra pointers, you can check out this Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire Trophy Guide.
If you’re a fan of solitaire and want a different take with another set of rules, then you can check out Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire. Do be aware there’s some fan service in this one, which is not for everyone. The game is available as a Cross-Buy release, so your $5.99 purchase will give you both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game, and each one will have its own Platinum trophy for you to work on.
This Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.