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Observation - Sci/Fi Thriller from the makers of Stories Untold

Discussion in 'Adventure Gaming' started by Jenkem, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. Jenkem Cipher Patron

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    Their Chief Financial Officer be like
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  3. toro Arcane

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    There was a french game using the same or similar concept.

    Edit: Found it - EXperience112

     
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    While showing Epic a finger and sailing the seven seas I came across this game. What I thought would be Gravity like story turned into 2001 Space Oddysy. The good, thing I found, was that at start your not sure if you're going to go HAL2000 on the person your helping out. And overall it feels like a throwback to older puzzle adventures, like The Daedalus Encounter. So if you have time to kill either wait for it to go steam or play now.
     
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    God I impregnated so many socks in my day thanks to Tia Carrere
     
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  6. orcinator Learned

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    Tried it and it reminded me of Alien Isolation in the worst way possible.
    You're not spending most of the game waiting for a monster to fuck off but the game has the same problems with making you press several buttons in sequence for basic actions.
    Want to interact with most objects? Hold m1, input a 3 button code after one more second(unfailable) to connect to it then hold m1 again to actually use it.
    It even has similar """""puzzle""""" design.
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    "Observation: Playing As an AI In Next Year's Smartest Game - IGN"


    Okay it did have some parts that felt like real puzzles but fuck bothering with the button presses, I'd rather go back to Space Station 13.
     
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