Imagine a world where death is no longer final, where precious memories are saved to enjoy forever, where your soul is immortal, welcome to the Soul Cloud. Upload your soul to our dedicated servers and relax knowing that a part of you will live on for eternity.
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"Master Reboot manages to deliver on some truly memorable moments. It's a creepy dive into the life of someone whose memories were stored in the cloud."
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27 avril

Master Reboot 50% Sale to Coincide with Soul Axiom Chapter 3 Release!

Soul Axiom: http://store.steampowered.com/app/279900/

We are pleased to announce that Chapter 3 of Soul Axiom is available and to celebrate we've put Master Reboot on sale for 50% as well as an update with a few bug fixes! Fans of Master Reboot be sure to get involved with Soul Axiom early access version which already has 3 complete Chapters packed full of content, its your chance to help shape the game. We've had some great previews off the back of exhibiting the game at Rezzed and GDC San Francisco, here's a couple of the quotes so far:

“Soul Axiom is a compelling cyber-thriller, with a beautiful visual style that matches its high-concept premise”
Destructoid

“It really is beautiful, nailing a Tron-like neon cyberspace feel … It’s atmospherically creepy without relying on dripping meathooks or lunging monsters”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

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“A Freakishly Cool Game Where You Invade The Memories Of Dead People.”
Kotaku

“A mysterious, haunting story that is fleshed out as a reward for dedicated exploration.”
4/5 – Gamezebo

“All in all, Master Reboot is a wonderful display of the creativity and ingenuity that exists in the indie world. Fun gameplay, interesting puzzles, and a refreshing new concept lasting approximately 8 hours make Master Reboot undoubtedly worth the $15 it costs.”
5/5 – Twinfinite

À propos de ce jeu

Imagine a world where death is no longer final, where precious memories are saved to enjoy forever, where your soul is immortal, welcome to the Soul Cloud. Upload your soul to our dedicated servers and relax knowing that a part of you will live on for eternity. That favorite holiday, happy moments from your childhood, meeting that special someone for the first time. All these memories saved for your digital soul for your family to revisit again and again. The Soul Cloud - saving your past to secure your future.

Master Reboot is a haunting first person sci-fi adventure game set inside the Soul Cloud. It's an exploration game with action and puzzle elements set across 34 unique environments. In the not-too-distant future exists the Soul Cloud, a giant server that holds the data of your soul and your memories when you die. The Soul Cloud is filled with floating islands, each island looks like a town, village or city filled with rooms, skyscrapers and houses that hold people’s memories. To house your Soul, a family member (or you before you die) must purchase an island on the Soul Cloud where the server will generate rooms, houses or skyscrapers that hold each and every memory from the deceased’s past.

The game features a distinctive visual style, intriguing story-line, psychological adventure-game action and a dynamic atmospheric soundtrack. Get prepared for upload......Where am I?.....Who am I?......It's time to piece your life......and death back together.

FEATURES
• Gorgeous visual style
• Intriguing story-line
• 34 explorable environments
• Dynamic atmospheric soundtrack
• Supports the Welsh Language

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo, AMD Athlon64 x2, or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3 Compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 64 Bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i5/i7, AMD equivalent or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 280, ATI Radeon 4870 or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X Version 10.6.3 or later
    • Processor: 1.6GHz (Dual Core) Intel CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: At least Intel HD 4000 or Open GL 3.3 / Shader Model 3 Capable Graphics Card
    • Hard Drive: 1400 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X Version 10.6.3 or later
    • Processor: 2.2GHz (Quad Core) Intel CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512MB
    • Hard Drive: 1400 MB available space
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15 personne(s) sur 15 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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4.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 3 mai
Dieu sait comme les Dear Esther-like sont nombreux sur steam. Dieu sait aussi à quel point je n'ai pas aimé l'original. Hypocrite d'en recommander une copie ? Oui. J'assume. La cohérence de nos jours, c'est surfait.

Master Reboot a tout du jeu auquel vous ne voulez pas jouer : techniquement à la rue au point de parfois ne carrément pas avoir de textures (oui mais vous comprenez, c'est arty), il se cache derrière son concept de jeu d'aventure et d'exploration pour justifier un gameplay basique façon projet universitaire en free 2 play. Si encore ses énigmes étaient au niveau, mais non. On se contentera le plus souvent de fouiller les lieux pour trouver un objet à utiliser sur un élément du décor. Entre temps, on partira à la recherche de petits canards bleus hautement symboliques (que d'originalité) qui contiennent tous un indice, une miette de scénario. Le truc le moins excitant depuis le dernier fantasme lesbien impliquant deux girls et une cup. Enfin, son level design est bipolaire : soit confiné et en ligne droite, soit labyrinthique pour grossir artificiellement une durée de vie pourtant anorexique (comptez moins de quatre heures pour en voir le bout en prenant le temps de vous perdre). Les mille et une voies de la facilité concentrées en un seul développement. Master Reboot, c'est un esprit de traître dans un corps de lâche.

Peut-être est-ce à cause de l'AVC que je suis en train d'avoir en écrivant ces lignes, mais je suis satisfait de mon achat. Pire, je vous conseille d'y jeter un oeil. Parce que Master Reboot, derrière ses airs d'épaisse brume allégorique qui ne dévoile jamais rien, dissimule en fait un véritable scénario porté par une idée forte dont il livre toutes les pièces pour complètement le reconstituer. Pas une fable mystique et floue écrite pour séduire les poètes ratés du dimanche mais un jeu intelligible qui nous raconte une histoire touchante. Le scénario mélange sentiments humains et science-fiction. On découvre pas après pas un vrai concept narratif, effroyablement crédible à une époque aux portes du transhumanisme et du tout technologique, qui mérite d'être lu, vu et entendu. Malgré des graphismes dépouillés (fainéants ?), le titre de Wales Interactive réussit à cumuler les ambiances et nous offre en spectacle de véritable trouvailles visuelles qui participent au charme du voyage. On traverse cette expérience avec la même satisfaction que celle d'avoir regardé Lovely Bones jusqu'au bout quand bien même on se serait fait chier tout le long. Une aventure que ceux qui n'ont pas peur des archaïsmes devraient essayer ne serait-ce que pour enrichir leur expérience vidéoludique d'images et d'idées neuves. A tenter, pour tout un tas de bonnes mais surtout de mauvaises raisons.

Jeu intégralement en anglais. A part le mot "canard" qu'on retrouve écrit en français une fois dans le jeu. Ca va être un peu chaud si vous n'êtes pas bilingue.
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22 personne(s) sur 24 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
9.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 mai
This game is a first person adventure game, a true adventure game where your focus is on wandering environments and solving puzzles along a storyline, not like the ‘adventure’ classification some games like the Legend of Zelda are sometimes given.

The game is set in a cyberworld/server where people that die have their memories preserved so that their loved ones can ‘visit’ them when they are gone. During the game you get the idea that things like the cyberworld weren’t common, so the memories you visit are relatively normal, like current 21st century experiences people might have as opposed to experiences in the transitioning cyberpunkesque world that the cyberworld exists in. However, the visuals in the game are just what you would expect from a game in the cyberpunk genre when not in the isolated memories. The visuals are relatively simple looking as far as being like crysis, but the style is appropriate for it and works well with the game. The sound in the game is pretty decent, but one of the added things that some may love or hate is that you constantly hear soft shouting or other horror tropes to give off a horror game atmosphere, even when you aren’t being chased by enemies or dangers that should actually give such a feeling.

In the beginning you are stuck in a town of 'memories' in the cyberworld where you must experience groupings of memories ranging from school to childhood, although you start at childhood, so it reminded me like it was a reversal of the initial memories you go through in To the Moon, although you can choose to complete the memories in each grouped set out of order. As I said before, in each of these memories you must experience, you must find hidden objects and use them, solve puzzles, and avoid possible death as there are sometimes enemies that will confront you. Hidden in each of these memories are blue ducks that will give you some memorable info that adds to the game such as pictures of people the main character knew. I usually don’t collect unnecessary objects, but collecting these really adds to the story and narrative of the game, so gotta catchem all. Every time you complete a memory, you go to a post memory sequence which is usually somewhat unrelated to the memory where you have to solve a puzzle and/or do something under a time limit. Most of the puzzles aren’t too hard, but sometimes it won’t be obvious what to do.

Overall, I found Master Reboot to be a fun game, and if nothing else, its probably one of the few games on steam with the Welsh language option.
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10 personne(s) sur 11 (91%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 10 février
After having been curious about this game for a good while now, I finally gave in to finally trying it out and playing it through. Having just completed the game, I'm happy that I did end up getting this game and playing it. A couple hours well spent. The game carries with it a creepy ambiance, wide range of good puzzles, excellent story, and more. When it comes to visuals, everyone has their own cup of tea. Personally, I was a fan of this game's visual style and found it rather beautiful and to suit the game as well. The same goes for the game's soundtrack as well. I thought it was nice, and at times, suited that horror/creepy theme to the game. With the story, it can be a bit confusing, but if you collect the ducks thoughout the game, which provide further backstory and such, and once you piece it together, makes sense and doesn't leave too many questions open. After piecing together the story and thinking back on the game, I thought it to be good. Again, not a game for everyone, but it's a game I enjoyed and personally, I thought it was a good game. Glad I bought and played it!
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11 personne(s) sur 14 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
2.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 9 février
Pro:
Looks good
Weird (I won't say horror)
Steam cards / achieves
Good puzzles

Con:
Walking Simulator
$15

Good game in the $5 to $10 range.
Wait for a sale to get this game.

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5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 11 avril
Master Reboot is one of those games that was not quite what I expected. I figured I would be playing a tightly plotted sci-horror adventure through the metaphysical realm of someone's digitized mind. Instead, the game is a far more loosely structured affair, leaving much of the plot and the significance of its setpieces shrouded in mystery and up to the player to figure out on their own. While it's not what I was expecting, I'd be lying if I didn't say it was still quite good.

As seems to be a trend in my recent game choices, Master Reboot may be played from the first person, but it is very much in the same thread as the point-and-click adventures of old. The bulk of the meat the game has to offer comes not in the game's mechanics, but in the information and secrets uncovered as the player progresses through it. Very little of the game requires fast-twitch reflexes or quick aiming under pressure, though there are a few sequences which will test that. Overall though, this game is more about piecing together a story.

The somewhat rudimentary graphics might be a stumbling point for other games, but in Master Reboot it helps set the tone wonderfully, a constant reminder that you are in the digital world, not the physical world. Even the game's 2d animated memory sequences are explained in game as a limitation of the system, which is a somewhat obvious excuse but a wonderfully executed one all the same. The impact of the story is not overly dulled by either, and in some cases it makes the experience hit that much harder.

Tone-wise, the game rests firmly in the sci-horror camp throughout, with variations in how effective the horror side of it is. Some of the individual areas are tonally perfect, setting a low background tone of unease and general mistrust of the reality you occupy. One area in particular presents with strange sparse, generic, unrealistic architecture over a landscape of water, fading into the distance under torrential virtual reality rain, but it's not until you are sent flying from platform to platform that you realize that the water is rising impossibly fast for as far as you can see, and if you don't move quickly it will cover you too. It's moments like these that Master Reboot delivers.

Other levels do not fare so well, unfortunately, particularly those which rely heavily on jump scares and other such tricks, which may work for a few moments but largely fall flat. Jump scares in particuar are a bit overused in this game for some things; a ghostly blur running across your vision quickly while a slam sounds in the distance might be spooky at first, but when it happens every single time you come to a specific area in the level it just gets boring and old.

The takeaway I got from Master Reboot was largely bittersweet but satisfying. Without spoiling anything, the endings (yes there are multiple) are neither purely happy nor purely sad. Each is somewhat appropriate for the underlying tragic plot behind the events of the game, though still not as satisfying as they perhaps could have been, in part because the minimalist narrative-free delivery that worked so well for the backstory does not work as well for the ending.

Ultimately, I got my money's worth from the game. It presents gameplay wrapped in tantalizing hints that promise an interesting and unique story, then delivers.
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