- Summary: In République on PS4, players finally take full control of Hope, a young woman held captive inside Metamorphosis, a shadowy totalitarian state ruled by the omnipresent Overseer. By hacking into this secret nation’s elaborate surveillance network, players and Hope begin a treacherous journeyIn République on PS4, players finally take full control of Hope, a young woman held captive inside Metamorphosis, a shadowy totalitarian state ruled by the omnipresent Overseer. By hacking into this secret nation’s elaborate surveillance network, players and Hope begin a treacherous journey to freedom.… Expand
- Developer: Camouflaj, LLC
- Genre(s): Action Adventure, Linear
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
- Available On: Stadia
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Republique - EU Announcement Trailer
Positive: 18 out of 35
Mixed: 17 out of 35
Negative: 0 out of 35
Apr 13, 2016Republique is also utterly beautiful, and coming to the PlayStation 4 as a complete package, rather than the chapter structure it adopted for the iPad release, is greatly welcome. This way, it is a complete package, this game is a chunky, lengthy experience that will last you for quite some time to come.
Mar 21, 2016Despite its mobile game roots, the world of Republique is meant to immerse, to beckon the player's curiosity, and to involve them enough in the city-state's ins and outs enough to get Hope out of danger. In transitioning to consoles, the game remains largely successful at that.
Apr 27, 2016On balance, République lives up to the promise of its long-ago Kickstarter pitch, and delivers an engaging, well-built adventure from its humble beginnings as a crowdfunded indie effort on a shoestring budget.
Mar 18, 2016A lot of thought and care went into this game, more so than expected at first glance. While République can be a little rough around the edges at times, its flaws are never so pronounced that it ruins the experience.
Apr 19, 2016With its Orwellian environment and story Republique succeeds in putting the player into the position of a person who needs to escape from a dark destiny. On the other hand this edition is plagued by some technical issues that sometimes keep you from enjoying what the game has to offer.
Apr 4, 2016Republique isn't perfect, as it suffers some problems like a poor AI, but it still offers a nice story and an original infiltration gameplay.
Mar 18, 2016If you’re interested in Republique purely as a tech demo, its smooth animations, realistic models, and excellent touch-controls would have you raving. Unfortunately, the story is so shallow and the central character is so bland that, despite a top-notch supporting cast, Republique’s narrative simply can’t carry the weight of the game.
Positive: 3 out of 9
Mixed: 3 out of 9
Negative: 3 out of 9
Mar 22, 2016Played this on my tablet and wow its the only game i ever liked on tablets and i tried about a hour worth on this version and the game isPlayed this on my tablet and wow its the only game i ever liked on tablets and i tried about a hour worth on this version and the game is still epic and worth every penny .… Expand
Mar 31, 2016Republique
A slow journey to confusion
Republique is a stealth game where you control 2 characters… You control 390h or hope as well as aRepublique
A slow journey to confusion
Republique is a stealth game where you control 2 characters…
You control 390h or hope as well as a mystery person that can take control of all the cameras..
You’re tasked with keeping hope alive...
Helping her escape…
You do this by scouting out ahead, and then sneaking hope past and around potential problems...
Your only problems for the most part are the handful of guards you’ll run into in each of the 5 episodes…
luckily hope isn’t all too helpless…
She can pick up pepper spray Tasers or gas mines to blind enemies temporarily or take them out for the night…
and to make it a bit challenging... not all enemies can be blinded or tazed….
You can also unlock abilities as you play to distract guards, delay them, and predict their path..
This uses battery power so hope has to keep her phone charged to use these skills…
and to unlock them you have to collect information around the world by scanning various items…
this is the gist of the game...
collect data... listen to audio... and get from one checkpoint to the next..
Admittedly this sounds horrible… and to top it off I hate stealth...
but I absolutely loved my times with this games...
I had fun pick pocketing enemies to find games, and listening about banned books as I found them all over the place... I was addicted to collecting information... which ties in perfectly to the overall story that I can’t really get into without spoiling the game…
every episode ends with a cliff hanger to keep you wanting to keep going... and you will….
if you love mystery, stealth, story, or all 3, you’ll love republique..
But things do get a little weird towards the end... you get some weird thing that doesn’t tell you what to do so you think the game is broken, but its not…
I had to go to google to figure out what I was supposed to be doing and then the ending..
The ending... it just made me mad…
Despite a bit of frustration with the ending...
I loved my 20+ hours with this game
I give republique an 8/10… Expand
Sep 15, 2020I didn't expected much from the game, but I was positively surprised! The story and the atmosphere catched me directly. The protagonists haveI didn't expected much from the game, but I was positively surprised! The story and the atmosphere catched me directly. The protagonists have sufficient profile, to continuously investigating their background.
Also the many background information (about books, music, art) are an important aspect of the game.
Of course you can't expect an impressive game play, and sometimes it was even frustrating (when you loose 45 minutes progression due to missing save possibility).
But in case you can live with that, you'll have much fun with that game.
I played on PS4.… Expand
May 2, 2021(+)
Unique stealth gameplay
Good story but a little difficult to understand Pretty good graphics (-) The ending is a bit disappointing(+)
Unique stealth gameplay
Good story but a little difficult to understand
Pretty good graphics
The ending is a bit disappointing
Bad save game feature
The pickpocket feature is only for completing collectibles, not weapons
Too repetitive… Expand
May 12, 2016This is good as a mobile game but the graphics on PS4 haven't really changed much. Nice concepts but the price is too high for a game that isThis is good as a mobile game but the graphics on PS4 haven't really changed much. Nice concepts but the price is too high for a game that is made for mobile. Would easily recommend for mobile but for PS4 I would wait for it to go down in price before picking it up.… Expand
May 5, 2016Republique is...a mix. It's an episodic game, and was originally made for the iOS. The remastered version was released with the release ofRepublique is...a mix. It's an episodic game, and was originally made for the iOS. The remastered version was released with the release of episode 5 in March 2016, which might explain why it feels so rushed.
The game mainly features stealth game-play, with some "hacking" as well. The story started off very interesting, as did the entire game. The first episode the guards are dumb as bricks, you help Hope out, and learn some interesting things about the story. Second episode was good as well. Stealth game-play feels good, but the lack of improved AI for the guards is a let down. Story progresses and gets more complex. Episode 3 feels more of the same. More questions get raised, you are still unclear of things, and you perform very easy stealth maneuvers on dumb AI. Episode 4 flies completely off the rails and the player has absolutely no idea what's going on, in the bad way. Gameplay is a bit tweaked, and feels a bit fresher. That might be the only upside as you trudge your way through that mess of an episode. Episode 5 was less of a mess, but thankfully it's over. Now we get some answers right? Wrong. Unless you want to listen to 5 hours of audio files you "hacked" in the game, or grabbed as a cassette, good luck finding any answers. And even then you might not. I don't really know, as I stopped listening to the audio files once they put you in a room with four 2 minute long audio file scans to listen to back to back. I'm not sure about you, but looking at a magazine cover while listening to people talk about things that vaguely relate to anything that's happening for 8 minutes straight isn't what I find fun or interesting. The story and characters never got a good conclusion or even any explanation of anything. The game adds more elements into the mix every episode to make it more and more confusing. It was a major let down to watch the end and not care about any of it. Very poor ending. Also I have to note, the cliffhangers from the end of episodes don't make any sense with the beginning of the next episode, especially 4 and 5.
On to the minute-to-minute game-play. The stealth feels pretty good actually, but wears incredibly thin a few episodes in. The controls feel a bit strange, and sometimes you seem to be glued to walls for cover, but the movement is fine on the whole. The main issue I have with it are the guards and the cameras you view Hope from.
The guards are dumb. Very dumb. I can't count how many times I picked their pockets when they had plain sight of me, or when I would pepper spray one of them and he would scream "AHHH IT BURNS! MY EYES!" and the other guards literally 6 feet away in the same room wouldn't even notice. Overall the guards could have made the stealth more interesting if they were smarter, but they only serve to throw you off your path slightly. Near the end it got better when they upped the guard count in each room, but that doesn't solve the issue.
The idea of only seeing Hope through security cameras is a very neat idea. I liked the novelty of it a lot... until it would switch camera feeds. The amount of times you need to change camera feeds in this game is immense. That is fine, but it being such a huge part of the game, you would think it wouldn't need to load the very next room for a good 5-9 seconds and completely break up game-play. Especially problematic is when it switches feeds without you wanting it to. Sometimes I would accidentally walk into the wrong room and it would automatically change camera feeds and waste 5-9 seconds. Then I would quickly walk out of the room and see the same glitchy effect for another 5 seconds. There were also times where you would need to walk into a room blind. As in, there were no cameras for you to switch to in the room until you had Hope walk in. For a game that relies so heavily on the aspect of scouting the area first, that shouldn't ever be an issue.
Overall I feel this game tried too hard with making the story complex and thought-provoking when it should have spent more time on the game-play. It was almost a good game. Needless confusion, endless "hacking" to get random audio files, and tiresome game-play earns this game a 4.… Expand
Jul 28, 2018I found the game was trash I mean the part especially where I find the game way too hard to play is not the game-play itself but the partI found the game was trash I mean the part especially where I find the game way too hard to play is not the game-play itself but the part where you have no choice but to get caught by the guards in the first episode because you constantly need to go down to level 2 in the game where the recharging station is located for your smartphone and every time you use the smartphone to hack unlock doors there's 3 life bars which indicates the battery life of Hope's smartphone to make it short I hated the game.… Expand
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