Hidden Agenda was developed by Supermassive Games, who also made Until Dawn, and it aims to give a cooperative (or competitive) mystery adventure game …

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  • Anthony Anderson 2 months ago

    I played competitive mode with 3 other players. It was stupid though because it started off giving me the Hidden Agenda task to complete. And then it went to the other three guys one at a time. It just repeated this whole pattern over and over starting with me and going to the other 3 in the same order. So we all knew who had the agenda at all times….

  • Li Osmani 2 months ago

    Your pretty hot for a presenter 🙂

  • Anthony Smith 2 months ago

    Thanks for the honest review.

  • ayendealondra 2 months ago

    I can’t play, download the app to the phone and nothing! Have any ideas?

  • James the Lesser Express Lane 2 months ago

    The concept saved it for me.

  • OrangeCrush Gaming 2 months ago

    Thank you for the review, I'll watch the gameplay instead of buying it

  • PS4 play and game tips and more 2 months ago

    I agree. I am disappointed so far. it's hard to believe it was created by the making of Until Dawn. I wish you could at least walk around and figure stuff out like in Until Dawn. Hopefully, they get the third game right.

  • RnBCutz 2 months ago

    I'm not getting this game just because you can't play it with your controller. I mean what happens when they remove the app in a few years. How will you play the game then?

  • Dav Hag 2 months ago

    You are a pretty girl !

  • WorldWar3gaming 2 months ago

    The game had a nice story and good graphics but it was like watching a movie. I still find Until Dawn better.

  • teppolundgren 2 months ago

    Cannot be tamed, huh? I'd certainly like to try, you Canadian minx!

    But apart from that, I don't play story-driven games online. It's a terrible idea and it completely robs you of
    any sense of achievement when you can't always make your own decisions in a game that's apparently all
    about making decisions. And at my age (40), I don't have any friends who enjoy playing ideo games, so I'd
    be forced to play and argue with complete strangers. And that's not fun; it's work.

    Good review, though. I enjoyed every word I heard. 😉

  • phil hodgkinson 2 months ago

    Can this be played with a friend online ?

  • Luca Dolan Ruiz 2 months ago

    Great review! I agree! The hidden agendas sucked! Most of them were very shallow and were pretty much "choose this option on the very next choice", this killed the whole discussion among players aspect (and the competitive "who has the hidden agenda" aspect) the creators were going for since there is so little to discuss! My experience with this game was through a competitive mode let's play by the Geek Remix channel and the three women playing often chose randomly when it came to the "who has the hidden agenda?" choice since there was so little to take into consideration because like I said, most of the time a hidden agenda is given, a single choice is made and then it's time to pick who has the hidden agenda! (Btw, it's so annoying how throughout the whole of competitive mode there's a guy who announces when it's time for a hidden agenda and when it's time to choose who has the hidden agenda!)

    And the hidden agendas can ruin the game somewhat by promoting the player with the hidden agenda to make choices that lead the game in a luster direction (Geek Remix had a "meh" play through because of this).

    This game almost seems like it's supposed to be a launch title with it's length compared to Until Dawn which I was very surprised by.
    And I'm so annoyed you couldn't romance Marney and Felicity! The game was totally giving out those signals!

  • Psicografia do Inculto 2 months ago

    Excellent review. Thanks. See you in the next video.

  • Lord Fortescue's Gaming Odyssey! 2 months ago

    A thorough review of an ultimately disappointing game. What a pity – this one had real promise!

  • Collectorcast 2 months ago

    Great job with the review. If that was unscripted, it came off very well.

    It sounds like they could have made this really interesting, but fell flat. I'd like some more decent group party games that are easy to play on the phone, and especially something a little different from Jackbox.

  • awesomestuff81 2 months ago

    Night Trap should have an co-op app!

  • eRock _ 2 months ago

    I see what you did there… sneaking that SNES Classic onto the shelf!

  • bvigil1888 2 months ago

    i really wanted to play this game because i loved Until Dawn, and was massively disappointed when i discovered it is required to use a phone or tablet in order to play. I am a simple gamer and just want a simple way to play it: game, console, and controller. This makes me sad that I cant play it. I want to play it for the single player aspect which isnt there. The story looks like it could be fun but alas it seems like a console/mobile game hybrid which isnt something I want or need. I dont care about a points system when it comes to a choice-based game.

  • Diego Avila 2 months ago

    Very fair review Pam. Too bad I'm on an anti-social streak otherwise I'd give this game a shot! ^_^

  • jimi baker 2 months ago

    i think we should naked mud wrestle for your copy of rule of rose and my copy of tenchu 1

  • jimi baker 2 months ago

    you perk me up better then coffee hope ur days going well beautiful

  • Hemang Chauhan 2 months ago

    Man the premise alone is amazing.

    If only I had friends…

  • DanHemsath 2 months ago

    Thanks for the video! I enjoy games like "Until Dawn" and "Heavy Rain", and was intrigued by "Hidden Agenda". It's very surprising to hear that the primary player/single player game doesn't use the PS4 controller at all (doubly so considering the touch pad on the controller). I hope that Supermassive Games takes some good feedback and incorporates it into their next game, too.