i was unsure whether to click the thumbs up or down button. in the end i don't think it's worth paying money.
great game mechanics, setting and the story don't make up for the 15 minutes gamelay. it was a big disappointement for me
the actual review:
don't get me wrong, it's not all that terrible. it's kind of a fun game with interesting dialogues and some minor combat but after finishing the game it feels like i've been playing tutorial all along and the game should come now. instead, the ending creding credits roll in.
there has been so much effort put into character development and combat/inventory mechanics that there is actually no game at all. where is the actual level design? there is a small plot twist in this futuristic plane with a great story setting but you end up walking down a few halls a couple of minutes while investigating this twist and that's it. the game ends.
it's like watching one of those short 15 minutes hitchcock stories. great indeed but is this really it? so much of effort of hud and game develpment for just this? sure there is some fighting simulation game (to which you don't even necessarily have to get the chance to play by the way) but that doesn't give you any satisafaction of using the action mechanics.
all in all, it was a disappointedment for me. with such a great potential i expected more just a big tutorial. and no, encouraging the players to "TRY TO FINISH GAME IN DIFFERENT WAYS, LIKE TALK TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND SUCH" is definitely not a satisfying fulfillment of what expectancies have these great mechanics built-in inside us.
definitely would not recommend buying. maybe get it for free/humble bundle from somewhere or something