[PlayStation 5] Cions of Vega Review
Cions of Vega is the latest game from Tonguç Bodur to make the jump to PlayStation, thanks to eastasiasoft. Learn more about it in our Cions of Vega review!
Cions of Vega is the latest game from Tonguç Bodur to make the jump to PlayStation, thanks to eastasiasoft. The game was initially released on Steam a couple of years ago and is now available as a Cross-Buy title on Sony’s consoles. I’ve reviewed several of Bodur’s games on PlayStation, such as first-person/third-person journey mythical journey The Redress of Mira, surreal experience Lucid Cycle, story-driven medieval quest Finding the Soul Orb, as well as the narrative-driven Drizzlepath: Déjà vu.
Cions of Vega is a Rated M for Mature first-person adventure in which you’ll play as a man who is desperately trying to find his missing daughter. As you try to bring your daughter back home, you’ll explore a mysterious town that could hold the answers you seek. Find notes, drawings, keys, and more in this cinematic experience. In fact, there are many keys to find, with each opening a different door that will allow you to progress further in the story.
You’ll play through this one from a first-person perspective. The left analog stick will be used to control your character, while the right one is used to look around as needed. The R2 button can be pressed to toggle your run. The X button can be used to jump, but only at some points in the game. You can press the L2 button to crouch. The Square button can be used to interact. This is the button you’ll use to collect keys, check out documents, and solve some of the lite puzzles that you’ll run into.
As has been the case for other games from Tonguç Bodur and eastasiasoft, Cions of Vega has a full trophy list for you to work on. It’s a short list with 11 Gold trophies, and the good news for trophy hunters is that none of them are missable! On top of that, since this is a Cross-Buy release, you’ll get to download the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game, with each one having its own trophy list. If you want some extra help, you can check out this Cions of Vega Trophy Guide.
Cions of Vega is a chill first-person walking sim that will certainly feel similar to other games from indie Tonguç Bodur on Sony’s consoles. That means that your enjoyment of this one will very much depend on how you feel about walking simulators as a whole. Cions of Vega is available as a Cross-Buy title, so your $6.99 purchase will give you access to both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game at no extra cost, with each one having its own trophy list.
This Cions of Vega review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.