Review

It Takes Two review: Hazelight’s co-op adventure is a rom-com rollercoaster

With its relentless stream of clever ideas, It Takes Two is an inventive and entertaining two-player experience

Game director
Josef Fares
Key Credits
Claes Engdal (Art director), Lucas de Vries (Lead programmer)

With its relentless stream of clever ideas, It Takes Two is one of the most memorable and inventive co-op games of the modern era. Just make sure your partner knows their way around a DualSense controller.

  • A rollercoaster campaign with consistently inventive play mechanics
  • Looks fantastic, especially on a next-gen system
  • Full of entertaining characters and references
  • Some of the puzzles are extremely clever
  • The plot is a little flat
  • A weaker final act
4 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5
It Takes Two review: Hazelight’s co-op adventure is a rom-com rollercoaster
Game director
Josef Fares
Key Credits
Claes Engdal (Art director), Lucas de Vries (Lead programmer)

With its relentless stream of clever ideas, It Takes Two is one of the most memorable and inventive co-op games of the modern era. Just make sure your partner knows their way around a DualSense controller.

  • A rollercoaster campaign with consistently inventive play mechanics
  • Looks fantastic, especially on a next-gen system
  • Full of entertaining characters and references
  • Some of the puzzles are extremely clever
  • The plot is a little flat
  • A weaker final act
4 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5