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  • Summary: Which of your family members would survive longest in the wild? Which one of your friends was most recently sick in the street? Who among you is the worst chef?

    Welcome to an irreverent party quiz where you and up to five of your friends and family get to find out what you really think
    Which of your family members would survive longest in the wild? Which one of your friends was most recently sick in the street? Who among you is the worst chef?

    Welcome to an irreverent party quiz where you and up to five of your friends and family get to find out what you really think about each other. With your TV, PS4 and a tablet or smartphone in hand, answer over 1,000 funny questions, take part in daring doodle challenges, snap selfies for photo challenges and more. The better you know your fellow players, the more points youll pick up.

    With topics spanning everything from school days to pastimes, prepare to make your mark on the game.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 27
  2. Negative: 0 out of 27
  1. Jul 4, 2017
    80
    With an entertaining atmosphere, plenty of settings, and over 1,000 questions, That's You is an absolute with mates – and in this case, the more the merrier. Questions can get hilarious, awkward, crazy, or just downright weird, but what is guaranteed is that you'll be having a hugely fun time. Thanks to its focus on self-deprecation, creativity, and absurdity, Wish Studios' latest is up there with Jackbox and Sportsfriends as an essential for game nights. And the best thing? It's free on PlayStation Plus for the next few months.
  2. Jul 5, 2017
    80
    It’s a no-brainer for those with a PlayStation Plus account and one to consider for those with a bunch of friends and worn out copies of Jackbox’s finest. You’ll definitely have to invest in a portable charger for your phone or tablet, though.
  3. Sep 7, 2017
    80
    That's You is what it takes: a very quick and fun way to spend 15 minutes of fun with friends or family. The PlayLink concept, which allows you to play each with a smartphone or a tablet, is really cool and well designed : you all go very quickly and easily into the game... even if the final drawing test (co-operative drawings) slows down things a little. The pace of each game is also a bit repetitive if you chain too much, a little more variety in the types of events would have been welcome... but it remains that the experience is still very fun, if your friend are, obviously, if you all know each other very well, and if you are at least 3 or 4 players around the PS4.
  4. Jul 17, 2017
    72
    PlayStation’s new PlayLink format is off to a good start and That’s You really showcases their new software well, including the ease of connecting smart devices to their console. All in all, That’s You is an entertaining game and if you’re looking for a party game, it definitely meets the mark and more importantly, everyone has a smartphone these days so getting your friends and family around to play a game on your PlayStation 4 has never been easier.
  5. 70
    It’s a great proof of concept as to why mobile and console gaming can complement each other, and don’t always need to be separated.
  6. Jul 4, 2017
    70
    Other games in the PlayLink series look to do far more interesting things with your mobile phone, but as far as a proof of concept goes, That’s You! certainly makes the case for the system, even if it’s not as convenient as it could be. If you have PlayStation Plus, it’s worth downloading both the game and the app to see for yourself how it all works, and while I personally felt this one doesn’t have the legs to hold interest beyond a couple of games, the technology behind it shows promise.
  7. Aug 2, 2017
    50
    That's You! is the first PlayLink game on PlayStation 4. In this party series you can use your smartphone as controller, to play with your friends. The graphic design is cute and looks like a Wes Anderson movie, however the gameplay is not very interesting.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Mar 23, 2018
    10
    Отличная игра для большой компании. Наконец-то на ps4 появились игры, которые прекрасно подойдут для шумной вечеринки. В игре можно создаватьОтличная игра для большой компании. Наконец-то на ps4 появились игры, которые прекрасно подойдут для шумной вечеринки. В игре можно создавать собственные вопросы, что дает бесконечный дополнительный контент. Учитывая, что игру практически все получили бесплатно, а для игры нужен просто смартфон или планшет, максимальный балл! Expand
  2. Oct 10, 2017
    9
    Such a fantastic game to play with friends, I've played dozens of games and it's not got too repetitive as of yet. Hoping for some possibleSuch a fantastic game to play with friends, I've played dozens of games and it's not got too repetitive as of yet. Hoping for some possible DLC in the future Expand
  3. Dec 29, 2017
    7
    voto 70/100.
    Party Game ottimo da giocare sia in famiglia che con amici.
    Bellissimo alle prime volte, alla lunga stanca. discretamente
    voto 70/100.
    Party Game ottimo da giocare sia in famiglia che con amici.
    Bellissimo alle prime volte, alla lunga stanca.
    discretamente approvato per aver dato spazio a questa nuova tecnologia.
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  4. Nel
    Aug 7, 2017
    3
    Very repetitive, and feels like you are doing the same things over and over again. You are also required to download an app to play it, whichVery repetitive, and feels like you are doing the same things over and over again. You are also required to download an app to play it, which would be a fun idea if it was executed nicely. Instead you have to deal with dropped players, and just a glitchy experience. Expand