After I saw this game for the first time, I knew I had to get it; it looked brilliant. Due to my limited resources, I managed to buy it one month later. Didn't mind the waiting time, I was happy I finally got it.
I pressed the button and excitingly waited to get into the game, but then....BAM! Some kind of "Java error". The game recommends me to update Java. I update it, but the game keeps opening the Java fils with WinRar and not with Java application. I fix it. The game shows no errors anymore and the launcher throws me in, but then...BAM! The game crashes. I put some research into it and find out that it runs poorly on Intel HD Graphics. So I mess around with the settings and finally manage to get it working by disabling anti-aliasing. I also had to keep the ambient occlusion off because it caused crashes, too.
I finally create my character and read the textual intro. I'm thrown into this weird ♥♥♥ city. The game only tells me I need to go to the house where various stations are placed (Quest station, Weapons station, etc.). I find the house and get some equipment. My adventures begin!
To keep this review somewhat short, I'll skip the descriptive nature of it - the game feels incomplete. You virtually have no tutorials or ANYTHING that might give you a hint about some of the game's features (there aren't many). There are no main quests or goals, there are just some random bosses that you can kill to get some clue about the game's poor storyline. And then you get the location of a new boss. Rinse and repeat. "Side quests" are always the same, either you have to kill someone, protect someone, escort him to some other place, bring him a disk that you find in a defusable bomb crate, plant some "bug" behind their back or stalk them. There you go, I just listed most of the quests you'll face. You can only have one quest active at a time, so you need to go back and forth to get new ones all the time. The game doesn't explain the crafting system to you at all - basically, if you find an item that says "incomplete", it's actually an item part that you can use with other parts to create that kind of weapon. The first gun I bought looked like a whole gun in its icon, but it was actually a part, so I was unable to equip it. You also don't level up in a traditional way, every quest grants you a certain number of skill points which you can directly apply to improve your stats. And the art style is pretty bad even though it looked kinda cool in the screenshots. The camera is badly placed so you always feel like you're stuck to the ground.
There are some redeeming qualities but there aren't many - hoverboards and ships are cool, there's a time-ripping ability which slows the time but you remain fast, and you can gather random robots as followers to help you on your quest. But the game falls short on delivering a satisfying experience, mostly you're just wondering why you're still playing. So, my suggestion is, skip this game completely. It isn't worth those 10 euros. If you really have to get it, at least buy it in a bundle.