December 15th, 2021 by Simon Elliott

One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party - PS5 Platinum Review

Pop the Platinum Trophy in under 15 minutes in this entertaining point-and-click adventure set inside a skeleton filled house.

One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party is part visual novel, part point and click adventure as you chat to different characters and solve puzzles in a house by visiting different rooms and interacting with objects. All of the dialogue can be skipped and there aren't too many puzzles to solve which can all be completed quickly and easily following a guide. There are three endings required however they can all be earned via a tactical save made just before the end of the game.



Like many other visual-novel style games, the options menu allows you to enable skipping of dialogue text so you can press R1 to fast-forward any of the in-game chat and a walkthrough will help you grab the Platinum in a single playthrough of about 15 minutes.




Overview

  • Release Date: 27th August, 2021
  • Publisher: Ratalaika Games S.L.
  • Developer: DarkChibiShadow
  • Date Started: 14th December, 2021
  • Date Completed: 14th December, 2021
  • Version Played: Digital
  • Price: £2.59 (PS4 & PS5 Bundle)

The Good

  • Nice artwork and some interesting characters.
  • Some good humour throughout the story.
  • Easy to control and quick to complete.
  • The PS4 and PS5 versions are bundled together offering two Platinums for one purchase.



The Bad

  • Because the whole story is skippable, you might miss out on the entertaining dialogue if you're just here for the Platinum Trophy.
  • Without a guide you might be a bit stuck with what needs to be done.



Hardest Trophy

  • The Past - View the prologue for the series.

Once you complete the story you'll unlock the ability to watch the prologue from the main menu. Once you read (or skip) through this, your final trophy will most likely pop.




Helpful Tips / Bugs / Glitches / Exploits

To grab the Platinum in the fastest way possible, edit the settings to match below, then press R1 in-game to skip all of the dialogue. I'd also recommend following a guide which you'll be able to find online to further speed up the puzzle-solving process.




Platinum Difficulty Rating - 1/10

1/10

With a guide you won't have any problems with the game. There's no challenge at all and any deaths are intentional for the purpose of trophies.




Platinum Time - 15 Minutes

If you're not using a guide and go into the game blind, plus you're reading all of the dialogue then this will probably take over an hour or two, but if you want to whizz through as quickly as possible it's definitely do-able in a single sitting.




Platinum Enjoyment Rating - 10/10

10/10
The game was fun to play through, the controls were fluid and there are useful features built in to help with a quick Platinum if that's your main objective.


Overall Game Rating - 8/10

8/10
Admittedly I skipped through without reading much of the dialogue, but what I did read was entertaining and anyone looking to take their time with this should enjoy it. Trophy hunters will love the simplity and quickness of the Platinum.








Platinum #762

Here are my most recent Platinum Trophies up to and including this game.

# Game Date
762 One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party
PS5
14th December 2021
761 Orbibot
PS5
14th December 2021
760 A Day Without Me
PS4
14th December 2021
759 Perfect Angle
PS4
14th December 2021
758 One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party
PS4
13th December 2021
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