[PlayStation 5] Sissa’s Path Review
Sissa’s Path from eastasiasoft and AFIL Games is a Sokoban-type puzzle game on PlayStation. Learn more in our Sissa’s Path review!
Sissa’s Path from eastasiasoft and AFIL Games is a Sokoban-type puzzle game on PlayStation. Sokoban games are puzzlers in which you end up pushing boxes around to complete each level. In the case of Sissa’s Path, you’ll be playing as the titular character as you push around balls of wool. You have to move all balls of wool to the right white circles on each stage so that you can move on to the next one and do it all over again. The game features a 3D isometric presentation, which makes it easier to spot what goes where.
Given the game’s nature, the controls are simple and to the point. You’ll move Sissa around each stage with the left analog stick or the D-Pad by pressing up, down, left, or right as needed… and that’s about it! The only other button you will really need to keep in mind is the Triangle button since it allows you to reset the level if you make a mistake or two that will keep you from being able to complete that level. Sure, if you make one mistake, you can quickly rewind things with the Circle button, but that will only give you a chance to go rewind one move, which is usually not enough.
Trophy-wise, this is a simple trophy list with a Platinum trophy at the end of the road. The list includes a lone Silver trophy and 11 Gold trophies, and they will pop at a steady pace as you complete all of the levels that the game has to offer. If you’re curious about it, the trophies will unlock as you beat each fourth level in the game. That means that thanks to the power of math, you can know that trophies will unlock after completing levels 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, and 48.
If you’re a fan of Sokoban-type puzzle games, then you’ll enjoy Sissa’s Path on PlayStation. It’s a game that sticks to the basics of the genre while wrapping everything in a colorful presentation. Sissa’s Path is launching as a Cross-Buy title with a $4.99 asking price, and that means you’ll get both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 titles at no extra cost, and that means that you can work on adding two Platinum trophies to your collection.
This Sissa’s Path review is based on a Playstation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.