ANTHEM did not turn off in a wonderful start, we are scared. We have written in our pre-release preview that BioWare's huge budget budgets need much, much better at launch – and despite the promise of patches, critics are not exactly interested in what's being delivered by the developer of Mass Effect today.  We must note that the PlayStation 4 review process has become irritating, as the lack of EA Access on the Sony console means we are waiting for code verification to go through. We hope this imminently, but this means that most of the verdicts published so far are penned using PC code. Important in mind.
The most anthem about me is that the game is in the middle of the road, though there are so many hours and money spent by Bioware and EA. There is nothing unique about the gameplay short of the occasional use of your character's jetpack and even if it is not used for more than a career between map areas. Desperate for a squad based, theft is likely to be pre-ordered by Anthem and is perhaps even more fun with organized groups of friends, but I'm completely skeptical that the ones alone can avoid the disappointments that are felt I and I should save their money for something more unique.
I like some different things but I find myself wanting to play Anthem beyond the scope of this review. It does not change the way the genre operates, not by a long shot, and if you have struggled with some of these new and tossed them into the canal, it's likely to do the same here. BioWare needs to build fast on top of its shimmering jet-fueled foundation to hold people's interest, but people searching for a new neighborhood to move on might want to give Anthem a try ̵1; either right now or after fixes and updates.
IGN – 6.5 / 10
There is a vivid song battle but it saves more than what little important content it has for the end of the world, playing the mismatched story of a tediously repetitive grind.
The song has a good idea, but the execution battles considerably. It is a co-op game that works best without being spoken; it bore real interesting moments of character and puts his most incomprehensible bits of story in the forefront; Its battle is exciting until you get to the fights of the boss and see your wings cut off. Even the simple, interesting flight behavior is often interrupted by the limits of your harpoon, and you can not completely avoid the feeling of failure – knowing, in all the great part of Anthem, which is not the crash will come back soon.  Critical acceptance stops you from buying ANTHEM, or are you still interested in the EA published by juggernaut? Stay in the comments sections below.