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  • Summary: First Class Trouble is a party game where players must work together and against each other to survive a disaster.

    Whether you play as one of the human Residents or the rebellious Personoids, you will have to use your wit (and the occasional flying champagne bottle) to stay alive. In First
    First Class Trouble is a party game where players must work together and against each other to survive a disaster.

    Whether you play as one of the human Residents or the rebellious Personoids, you will have to use your wit (and the occasional flying champagne bottle) to stay alive. In First Class Trouble you either deceive or deduce your way to victory in a charming, yet unsettling and often mischievous environment. Whether you do it sober or with a slight buzz, First Class Trouble will serve you a dangerous cocktail of difficult decisions and whacky possibilities.

    The goal is to shut down the Central Artificial Intelligence Network, also known as CAIN, of the luxurious intergalactic cruise ship ISS Alithea before it and its loyal Personoids take control of the ship.
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First Class Trouble | Playstation State of Play 2021
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  1. Nov 26, 2021
    50
    Invisible Walls has decided that the time has come to try to dethrone the highly decorated Among Us with a game based on the same logic but with its own specific identity and a peculiar style. Let's see if it made it in our First Class Trouble review.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 16
  2. Negative: 12 out of 16
  1. Nov 18, 2021
    10
    Tons of fun when you have friends with mics. Teamwork, suspense, cool items and mechanics . I'm at level 21 and haven't grown tired of theTons of fun when you have friends with mics. Teamwork, suspense, cool items and mechanics . I'm at level 21 and haven't grown tired of the game. I really enjoy this game with the right circumstances. Expand
  2. Nov 14, 2021
    9
    People giving this a bad review are just boring. This game is amazing and has been my favorite gaming experience in the past few months. PlayPeople giving this a bad review are just boring. This game is amazing and has been my favorite gaming experience in the past few months. Play with friends if you can, and make sure to be in game chat. This game is awesome! Way better than Among Us. Expand
  3. Dec 3, 2021
    4
    First Class Trouble is a party social-deduction game, in which players take on the role of one of the last remaining survivors on a luxuryFirst Class Trouble is a party social-deduction game, in which players take on the role of one of the last remaining survivors on a luxury spaceship or the on-board robotic servants that have rebelled and decided to kill every human onboard. The survivors must work together to try and reset the AI before they’re all killed.

    As that description suggests, this game shares a lot of similarities with Among Us, a game I’ve personally never been that keen on due to the simplistic nature of the gameplay. Unfortunately First Class Trouble doesn’t add anything all that new or interesting to the formula and is, initially at least, more difficult to get to grips with than Innersloth’s popular title.

    I’m sure a many people (if they can find the right group) might find a good few hours of entertainment here, but First Class Trouble didn’t hold my attention for very long.
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  4. Nov 7, 2021
    0
    Pure garbage. Sony needs to stop being this retarded. Nobody wants this trash.
  5. Nov 29, 2021
    0
    First Class Trouble comes with a promising concept, however, due to the lack of punishment for "cheating/RDM'ing", it is simply destroyed byFirst Class Trouble comes with a promising concept, however, due to the lack of punishment for "cheating/RDM'ing", it is simply destroyed by the player base itself. Most people team up and kill randoms, which is definitely part of the objective. As I have played this game until reaching max level, I think it's fair to say that I have tried most of it so far. The game is fun when everyone is on equal terms i.e. without parties in the lobbies. I have also tried people texting me through PSN who is who, and unfortunately Invisible Walls seems to do absolutely nothing about cheaters and RDM'ing. Definitely not worth the purchase, but fortunately for me I got it free through PS Plus. I cannot recommend it at all Expand
  6. Nov 5, 2021
    0
    Tried this game out because it was free for PS+, turned out to be a mistake. There is no tutorial or any sort of information on how the gameTried this game out because it was free for PS+, turned out to be a mistake. There is no tutorial or any sort of information on how the game works or what the goals are. On top of this, the game is played by constant bugs and crashes that make it nearly unplayable. In the very few games I was able to actually play, I was swiftly killed by parties of griefers who take away any slim chance of learning how to play this game. With how frequently the game crashes, I can't really bring myself to research how to play online. First Class Trouble doesn't make the slightest effort to reach gamers halfway, and can't justify the time investment to learn the rules. If the developers put half as much polish on the game itself as they did the micro transactions, it may actually be worth something. If you're reading this and on the fence, just grab something on sale. First Class Trouble isn't worth the headache. Expand
  7. Nov 4, 2021
    0
    Trash game with a bad developer who doesn’t understand crashing makes the game unplayable. Constant errors and crashing, no teamwork fromTrash game with a bad developer who doesn’t understand crashing makes the game unplayable. Constant errors and crashing, no teamwork from randoms.. what’s the point of this game? Did Sony really go after this as a plus game? What a waste of resources! Expand

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