Tuesday Night Indie Spotlight #101: Pinstripe | PS4 Gameplay
I've really, really enjoyed my time with Pinstripe thus far. It's beautiful, thoughtful, polished to a spit-shine, and, most importantly, fun to play. I love the presentation in this game. The Tim Burton-inspired visuals look great on the big screen, the voice acting is top notch, and the soundtrack is beautiful and evocative. The game plays great, the puzzles are clever early on, and the levels I've seen so far are well-designed. Pinstripe's quirky version of Hell really comes to life here. Kudos to Thomas Brush -- the one-man developer who's been toiling away on Pinstripe as a labor of love for the better part of the last five years -- for realizing his vision. The story is all at once somber, haunting, and whimsical, and I can't wait to play some more and see where things go from here. The puzzles aren't terribly difficult early on, but I thought the ones I've encountered thus far have struck the right balance between obvious and obtuse. There's a ton to like so far with Pintstripe, and I'm really excited about where the game goes from here! If you've yet to check out PInstripe for yourself, take a look at the video and see what it's all about!
If you have played Pinstripe, let us know what you think about it in the comments below, and be sure to watch the Tuesday Night Indie Spotlight live, every Tuesday at 10pm EST on our YouTube channel!
Also, make sure you check out Brent's full review of Pinstripe and see what he thought about the game as a whole!
Special thanks to developer Thomas Brush and Atmos Games for supplying us with a digital copy of Pinstripe to stream on the show. Pinstripe is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC!