The game was met with a decent amount of praise when it first released back in August, garnering a Metacritic rating of 76. It even got nominated as the Best Indie Game at next month’s The Game Awards. Somehow. However, the problem is that the title’s biggest flaw is also its biggest spoiler. If you know, you know. Once everyone else got their hands on Twelve Minutes, the most important narrative beat became its largest talking point. We don’t want to share any spoilers here, but it’s not good. The game costs £20.99/$24.99.
After the Xbox One and PC releases earlier this year, you’ve probably heard everything there is to know about the game’s tale, and now you can see it for yourself: On December 7, 2021, Twelve Minutes will be released on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. A new trailer for the game, which stars Daisy Ridley, James McAvoy, and Willem Dafoe, can be seen here. It’s a top-down adventure game in which you manage a character by selecting objects in the environment with which to interact, and they’re caught in a time loop.