Indsendt: 28. december
I rarely write reviews, but I feel, that I have to write for this game one. I can't believe the 59/100 Metacritic rating, because this game is a masterpiece, BUT not for 14$, which is actually EUR here. The game sure looks a bit outdated, but it's moral question is a thing, which is worth thinking on. So basically we are playing as an unknown girl, who has to relive a person's memories. The connections will be revealed later in the game, and damn, the story is awesome! Each memory is a little puzzle, but unfortunately a very basic one. Each memory consists of two levels. A real memory level, where you relive the person's memory, sometimes interrupted by Seren, and a Zero level. Zero levels are really twisted maps. They aren't the person's memories, but something different. Okay, okay, but you may ask, who the hell is Seren? Well Seren is the character, who gives a little bit of horror to the game. Don't worry, the game isn't a fully horror one, but some levels give me chills on my back, when I play them. Seren's appearance is really cliché, because mostly she can't hurt you (á la F.E.A.R.), and if there is a dark hallway, you can expect her appearance. I think she can only hurt you in 2 levels, but I'm not so sure. If I were a Journalist I'd give the game an 85/100. Why? Because it's really unique. I've never seen any game like this before, and thanks to this game, I will buy Soul Axiom too. Master Reboot is kind of a visual novel in first person view, and a really well-written one. So I'd suggest EVERYONE to pick it up, when it's on Sale (like right now). For 3.50$ / EUR it's a short, but amazing game!
P.s:: If a developer sees this, can you tell me, where should I know the "password" in the library memory? I just saw videos, that people are solving it without a problem, but they didn't told the reason, why that is the solution. You know the red, green, blue light puzzle :D