At the farthest edge of the explored universe, the research ship Xanadu slumbers in orbit around a mysterious planet. Her systems remain active but there has been no message from her crew for months. Now a lone operative has been sent to wake the Xanadu and bring her home to Earth.
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Very Positive (134 reviews) - 85% of the 134 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 26, 2015

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“Spirits of Xanadu offers an enriching gameplay experience that lingers on the edge of my thoughts even now. While I feared it would turn out to be just another sci-fi horror adventure, it jumped up and surprised me with meaningful storytelling, interesting mysteries, and three different endings (all of which are extremely impactful, depending on what kind of psychotic person you are).”
Johnny Ohm, Gizorama

“The game is proof that you don't need Unreal Engine 4 visuals or graphic violence to be scary and immersive, all you need is a character, a ship and the endless void where all your dreams - and all your nightmares - can exist.”
Steve Buja, Gamenguide

“Spirits of Xanadu is short and sweet like any good adventure game should be. Not only does the game balance several stories in the air at the same time, it pulls you in and captivates you into all of them.”
Logan Launeer, Modvive

About This Game

At the farthest edge of the explored universe, the research ship Xanadu slumbers in orbit around a mysterious planet. Her systems remain active but there has been no message from her crew for months. Now a lone operative has been sent to wake the Xanadu and bring her home to Earth.

Spirits of Xanadu is an atmospheric exploration game set aboard a deserted starship in an alternate 1980s. It draws inspiration from classic sci-fi films, novels, and games to create an immersive and highly interactive environment, featuring puzzles and FPS elements in the service of a unique and layered plot.

Key Features:

  • Discover the truth
    Get to know the crew and piece together what happened through fully voiced audiologs in addition to various types of documents and e-mails.
  • Three distinct endings
    Make a decision based on what you have discovered, and decide the fate of the Xanadu.
  • No hand holding
    You have one primary objective: Return the Xanadu back to Earth. There are no objective markers, you have no map, and the ship has been sabotaged. You begin your mission with only a flashlight and a message from your superiors back on Earth, the rest you'll have to figure out on your own.
  • Hot robot action with first person shooter combat
    Evade the ship's security system while battling hostile robots.
  • Fully interactive environment
    Inspired by the immersive environments of games such as Deus Ex and System Shock 2: Open every drawer, use every computer, and read every document you find. More importantly, you can flush every toilet.
  • Optional 'Peaceful' mode
    Not a fan of violence against robots? Switch to the Peaceful difficulty setting in the options menu to make the robots passive, allowing you to explore the ship, experience the story, and solve puzzles at your own pace.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: 2.451 GHz dual-core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: 3 GHz dual-core or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6+
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz dual-core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6+
    • Processor: 3 GHz dual-core or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu/Mint
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz dual-core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Nvidia GPU recommended
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu/Mint
    • Processor: 3 GHz dual-core or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB of VRAM and shader model 3.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Nvidia GPU recommended
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Very Positive (134 reviews)
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Ganso
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
This game looked promising from the first minute playing. The main problem was that, I took only 1 hour to beat the game, not rushing. I could not believe when I saw it. At first I thought "I probably got the bad ending" so I reloaded the save and looked for clues, what to do, searched the Internet, but nope, that was it.

The game is filled with content that could be used for a longer story or more quests to do, but it's all just there for no reason. I really wish I could do much more in this game.
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JohnMiner
( 4.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
TL;DR
+Good atsmosphere, nice puzzle, bunch of secret/easter egg, fun
-Too short
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acdenh
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
This game could be better if it was about 2 hours shorter.

1/10 would not trust steam reviews again.
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Flemmigan
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 11
Let me precede this review with a statement that I'm a sucker for games with excellent atmosphere and storytelling, and I came upon Spirits of Xanadu as a recommendation for fans of System Shock 2 (maybe my favorite game ever), so that lens definitely colored my experience.
First, this game has really nice atmosphere and voice acting with a cool premise. The puzzles were stimulating yet not contrived. The System Shock style of documents and logs sprinkled around drew me into the mythos, and the vagueness of the "enemy" was excellently executed in the storytelling.
However, in the end I felt short changed by the non-descript endings and short play time (I got 2 of 3 endings in under 3 hours). While I enjoyed the intentionally vague storytelling, I didn't find much to think about after the endings. There's not much in the way of play variety since there are few enemies or environmental challenges to overcome. I'm not the type to replay a game for the sake of achievements, so I don't see myself revisiting in the near future. In short, the game oozes ambience but feels a little too light for a $10 game. If it were $5, I would recommend it in a hearbeat.
Overall, I had high expectations and was somewhat disappointed, but still thoroughly enjoyed it and will definitely keep an eye out for future games from Good Morning, Commander.
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Anale Ungeduld
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
Briliant Game!
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Alma
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 20
Was able to play this piece of ♥♥♥♥ and finish it under two hours.. so then I refunded it 10/10

(It's actually okay just too short).
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jessica simpson
( 7.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 13
i'm not one to normally review games, but i have to in this case. this is a great little title. oodles of atmosphere, intriguing storyline(s), well put together, the voice acting was great. i wanted to get all the endings, and wanted to get all the achievements. can't recommend it enough.
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Windy*City*GaMinG
( 4.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 10
A great game that is quite entertaining to figure out, there is no wrong way to play as you progress forward through the story. Lots of optional reading & listening material to uncover, as well as "puzzles" to figure out in order to progress, but nothing that should leave you too stuck as once you get an idea of whats going on it comes together for you quite well. Very enjoyable, and depending on how immersed you become in the game can be completed in a sitdown, or two, buuuut that also depends on the individual player and how much you'd like to figure everything out, which it accomplished doing to me, I wanted to know much as possible.;)
**About this whole atmosphere issue, some say it dissipates at this point or that point, there are quite a few "aha" momentz in the game, basically go in open-minded and play however you feel, there is NO wrong way to play neccesarily, this I think is good to know, alot of criticisms of the game I am seeing are just players regretting they played a certain way, so knowing that no certain way is good or bad I think is key to the important part, having a good time..**
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defibrillator_saurus
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 9
Fantastic game, can definitely see the homage to System Shock 2. Great tense gameplay, interesting story. 9/10
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Iophiel
( 11.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 7
A really immersive game! It is true what others say about the graphics -- even though they are somewhat oldschool and there's not really any textures to make it look terribly realistic, it doesn't detract from the gameplay.

Very interesting storyline, multiple ending possibilities.

I know it was a pretty good game when I want to go back and re-play it to try out all the endings (and get all the achievements), which I did here.

They did a great job of pulling you into the story and really immersing you in their environment. None of the puzzles were so hard that I had to stop and look up how to complete them, which really keeps you "in" the game. It was freaky, intruiging, and somewhat challenging. There's not much more I look for in a game, other than length.

Regarding length, this one will probably only take you a few hours if you play through just the one time and don't care about achievements. But for the price, I thought it was quite worth it.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 25
TL;DR
+Good atsmosphere, nice puzzle, bunch of secret/easter egg, fun
-Too short
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 11
Let me precede this review with a statement that I'm a sucker for games with excellent atmosphere and storytelling, and I came upon Spirits of Xanadu as a recommendation for fans of System Shock 2 (maybe my favorite game ever), so that lens definitely colored my experience.
First, this game has really nice atmosphere and voice acting with a cool premise. The puzzles were stimulating yet not contrived. The System Shock style of documents and logs sprinkled around drew me into the mythos, and the vagueness of the "enemy" was excellently executed in the storytelling.
However, in the end I felt short changed by the non-descript endings and short play time (I got 2 of 3 endings in under 3 hours). While I enjoyed the intentionally vague storytelling, I didn't find much to think about after the endings. There's not much in the way of play variety since there are few enemies or environmental challenges to overcome. I'm not the type to replay a game for the sake of achievements, so I don't see myself revisiting in the near future. In short, the game oozes ambience but feels a little too light for a $10 game. If it were $5, I would recommend it in a hearbeat.
Overall, I had high expectations and was somewhat disappointed, but still thoroughly enjoyed it and will definitely keep an eye out for future games from Good Morning, Commander.
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45 of 53 people (85%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 26, 2015
Spirits of Xanadu is one horror game, out of few, that I like and enjoy playing, because it focuses on atmosphere, music, story, and narration with nice voice acting, but aside from all that, it's good horror game in my eyes because it uses the atmosphere and its environment to inject fear in you.

How this game does it's thrills is, again, it's great atmosphere, and how the enemies that want to kill you are all in their place, doing their own thing, and will attack you because they saw you, not because they know exactly where you are, and they won't magically appear in front or behind you to cheaply scare and kill you, like most other horror games do.

Another great thrilling aspect about the game that makes me fearful of it, is how they do illusions by letting you see these space ghosts from time to time while exploring the ship. They magically appear and disappear, but in a slow seamless way, and these ghosts are not trying to scare you in the since of a quick spook, but more in the way that they're watching you, and you see them doing they're own thing rather than to stupidly scare you, it's what I'd like to call a cool scare.

The game looks great by the way, yea it's just simple plain colors with simple structures from the looks of it, but with nice lighting, great affects, and 'not' crappy models with a great amount of them, it all combines together to make great scenes to look at. I also want to give extra credit to the team for making small quality details like books with readable titles and good quality pictures on them, and having me think that the environment I was in feel like it was lived in before, just from look at rooms and finding nice notes.

Speaking of notes, the game is filled with just enough story content like notes and voice recorders, that it kept me interested in that story throughout my duration of playing the game. Some these notes were mostly interesting to read, but some are part of, what I feel, the environment as a means of making the world/ship believable, which was kind of cool. The voice recorders are awesome, with great voice acting, and ones that are unique with how everyone has their own thoughts and personalities, but they all share the same despair and downfall. So the story, in all angles, is great.

Going to gameplay, you start off with a laser gun with unlimited ammo, so scavenging for resources of any kind is not necessity, which I'm kind of happy about, but I'm not against having them if done correctly in a game like amnesia. The gun play in the game is decent but a bit jittery when zooming, although I haven't found myself zooming much, firing from the hip was more optimal. You have to look for items to collect, and usually place them in other areas or machines, fix broken machinery, and maybe find some clues to open locked optional doors for added content like a different gun.

What I like about the whole experience that the game throws you into the game with no hand holding of any kind mostly, as in no tutorials, no objective markers, nothing, you have to figure it out with the notes in the game or audio log, or just plain figuring it out. That can be viewed as a negative also, but for me It's an alright thing to put in (or not to put in) as the stuff you have to do is not insanely hard, it's manageable.

Overall I had a great experience playing Spirits Of Xanadu, I'd even compare to Alien Isolation, obviously not in graphical power, technicalities, or gameplay elements, but in story, atmosphere, and voice acting, all of them being low level nice qualities, but a worthy comparison to note. The asking price can be argued upon, as the game isn't long, but it is a great experience, for me I'd say 10$ is its sweet spot, but I'm not against the original price.

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40 of 48 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
THIS GAME IS RAD.

It’s got a really simple visual design, but it is still very atmospheric to explore.

The game is KIND of a shooter… there is definitely shooter gameplay in it, and the shooting feels just fine, but what you are really looking at with this game is an ADVENTURE GAME that also just happens to let you shoot robots with laser guns.

The premise is sort of like the first Dead Space. There is a vessel that has gone silent for some reason. You are sent to the vessel to assess the situation and then fix anything that needs to be fixed to assure that the vessel will return to earth properly. The difference is that in Dead Space, this is just some explanation for getting you on board the ship full of aliens so that you can start shooting aliens. Sometimes a guy on a radio tells you to fix something and you press A to fix it. But in Xanadu, you actually have to like… figure out how to disable the rogue turret outside the engine room, then disable it, then break into the engine room and look at the engine to figure out why it’s not working, which is partly obvious (replace fuses, unjam the cogs, etc), but it also means performing some quasi-Myst-like gameplay where you fiddle around with knobs and switches and buttons until something interesting starts to happen.

There are also audio logs and text notes you can find, as well as computers you can log onto to read emails and such, which fulfills the part of the mission where you’re trying to investigate what happened. But the weird thing is… and this is coming from a guy who nearly always HATES audio logs and note pages… I actually am really enjoying finding them and reading/listening to them?

They are actually really well written (and the VO is not bad at all), and there is an interesting element of the story that adds an interesting quirk to a lot of the messages. But I also like that the logs and stuff you find aren’t just exposition dumps. You also find the sorts of notes and things that people would actually write down. You might find the recipe for an omelet, or a scrap of paper on which someone has simply scribbled down the Konami code (ha ha). One of the audio logs was made by one of the crew, who got really drunk and basically just drunk dialed his voice recorder. I literally laughed when he starts talking about his girlfriend’s hair for some reason and about how it looks “very Roman… like the hair a Roman would have”. The sort of weird, incomprehensible babbling your drunk friend would actually say.

The most obvious sign this is an adventure game though? I've never played a shooter where I had to get out a pen and paper to SOLVE ONE OF ITS PUZZLES. But you will have to do that at least once here. Don't be scared, though. The puzzle quality is very good. Just remember to be very thorough.

Using my own scale below, I give Spirits of Xanadu a hearty 7!

I WANT MORE GAMES LIKE THIS.

7) A classic, essential, and/or must-buy game that is worth full price.
6) A good game that is worth the full price.
5) A pretty good game worth checking out--especially if discounted.
4) A pretty good game, but I would recommend buying it discounted.
3) Worth checking out, but I would recommend buying it heavily discounted.
2) Only worth checking out if you are dangerously curious.
1) Avoid at all costs.
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25 of 30 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 29, 2015
Don't be discouraged by the graphics. The look of this game is simple, yet functional. What this game has going for it however is a strong atmosphere, great writing and a huge attention to detail. This is not only a game that rewards your curiousity and attentive exploration, it demands it!

If you're unattentive, you might start the game without a flashlight. Or you might overlook that you can repair a fuse and turn on the lights and play the whole game in a dark ship, only with your flashlight. Or you might miss a new weapon. Or you might overlook the myriad of hidden clues, notes, scribblings and hints.

In fact that's what happened to me. My first playthrough was quite short (around 3 hours) and I thought I found almost everything. Imagine my surprise when I found out I only got about one third of the story (and a bad ending)!

I probably don't have to mention that this game has been inspired by System Shock; that's pretty clear from the trailer and the description. I can just reassure you that this is not a low-cost remake of SS, this is an interesting and original take on the "investigate a spaceship that stopped communicating" theme (of which there is not enough if you ask me :). Just be prepared to work hard for a complete understanding of what really happened and a chance of changing the ship's fate (and yours).
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26 of 33 people (79%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 12, 2015
Spirits of Xanadu is an atmospheric first person adventure game with simplistic combat and graphics, light puzzle and exploration aspects and a well-told, interesting story.

It is set during an alternate version of the 1980's on an unresponsive research vessel, the Xanadu, which is in orbit around a planet far from Earth, and, playing in the shoes of a one-man recovery team, you are instructed to return the ship the and all of it's research material back to Earth to it's corporate owners even at the cost of the well-being of the crew. You start the game on a small recovery vessel making it's final docking approach on the Xanadu, and once aboard it you have nothing more than a flashlight, a laser pistol and your wits to complete your task (although technically you could never pick up those two items and complete the game in complete darkness without shooting anything).

There is no hand-holding or tutorials or explicit guidance given. Period. The puzzles are simple, the map is small, there are only be a few weapons to collect and a handful of enemy types to fight, but discovering what happened to the Xanadu and completing your mission entirely through your own actions makes the whole experience feel surprisingly rewarding.

The atmosphere of this game is something to behold in and of itself, though, and it's carefully crafted by a combination of the impeccable presentation of the mystery of the Xanadu and the game world's incredible immersiveness. You discover the details what happened to the Xanadu primarily through tape recordings made by it's three former inhabitants which are scattered around the ship, hidden but put in logical places. There's even poems and notes that you can find that add even more intrigue and flavor to the narrative but the recordings truly are unforgettable. These personal accounts of the crew's self-destruction and are believable, well-written, and incredibly well voice acted, and playing through the game subtly becomes more and more tense as you learn about the what caused this cryptic tragedy and realize that, soon, you too will suffer their fate. The tone of this game's atmosphere is pitch perfect for me: unsettling and bleak but not outright terrifying or unbelievable or depressing (in other words, it's almost completely devoid of any melodrama).

And, going hand in hand with the presentation of the story, no detail of the interior of the Xanadu is out of place besides the occasional easter egg. The interactivity of the enviroment, while oddly limited in some ways, is, overall, realistic and and the limitations prevent it from being distracting or superfluous (this is not a Visceral Cleanup Detail rip-off). It feels like you're exploring a real space ship suited for interstellar travel and research, and, while I'm on this topic, I will mention that thorough exploration is necessary for experiencing everything all this game has to offer, but its small scale prevents any serious tedium in this endeavor.

The only real problem with the immersion of the game is that the design of the enemies and how you fight them is not nearly as interactive as the enviroment they inhabit. Each one attacks you in their own, singular, boring way, and you just have to shoot them to kill them (except for the security drones which you can shut off if you can sneak up behind them). One enemy type, which I call kamikaze robots, are especially frustrating to deal with because their one attack pattern is to run up to you and destroy themselves and you with a fatal explosion. It's nearly impossible to stop them before they get within arms reach since they have plenty of health with no weakpoints, they run faster than you, and most areas of the ship are quite confined and free of obstructions to juke them with. A seperate but related issue in the immersion is that some of the enemies (including the aformentioned kamikaze robots) are somehow capable of respawning on a derelict ship in space for no reason and the debris from potentially infinite encounters with these respawning enemies causes performance degradation over a playthrough.

All in all, this is a great indie game that can engage you with it's enigmatic and disconcerting atmosphere and make you think. Even if it's light on the play-time and mechanical depth, it can be just enough to make a lasting impression on those that play it.

EDIT: Added much, much, much more detail.
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20 of 25 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 15
It's nice (and very rare) to see a game with some good writing.
The people in Spirits of Xanadu seem to have had a real human life before you got there, they do not seem to just be there for the sake of the story.
Overall a great game with a superb mood.
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17 of 20 people (85%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 3, 2015
An objective based FPS that doesn't hold your hand.
Excellent voice acting.
Excellent writing.
Excellent shooting gameplay.
Minor performance issue in certain rooms.
Finished in 3 hours at a leasure pace.
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24 of 33 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 26, 2015
I always wanted to enjoy System Shock 2 the way that my friends did. However, between some dated graphics, clunky UI, and some design choices that did not survive the test of time, I just didn't get the experience I was looking for.

So, I am happy that Spirits of Xanadu scratches that particular itch. It is a moody FPS adventure set in an alternate timeline where humans were a space-faring race in the early 1980s. SS2 has been distilled down to its essence. The control scheme is simple enough that a ham-handed gamer like myself can't mess up too badly when I inevitably wander into a room patrolled by the ship's hostile defense system.

Performance has been a bit of an issue for me. My main gaming computer is a laptop, which doesn't help. However, the developers have thoughtfully included video options that are accessible from within the in-game menu. I am able to experiment with different graphic settings without being forced to restart the program.

I would say that if you are like me, and you're looking for a more streamlined experience than System Shock or Alien: Isolation offered, you would probably be happy with this budget-friendly nugget of panic and claustrophobia.
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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 12, 2015
The premise is easy, your job is to recover a lost spaceship and find out what happened to the crew. But that's just the starting point for your adventures on the "Xanadu".
I really liked this game. It may not be the longest or most spectacular one ever, but what it sets out to do it does well and competently. And I would rather have a game within a confined space that's well made than one with an open world that feels empty and lifeless. At times this reminded me of Amnesia, at other times of Duke Nukem 3D. The theme appeals to me and if you get it on sale (at full price some might feel short-changed because of the length of the game) you can't go wrong - I've spent more money and time on movies that weren't half as much fun or intriguing.

The Good
  • Very atmospheric, good mix between sci-fi, mystery and horror.
  • Lots of things to do, the main story may be straight forward, but there are multiple layers to be found and you can interact with a suprisingly large number of environmental objects.
  • Not only because of that the game is a lot of fun which mixes nicely with the suspense you feel in other parts and the combat elements.
  • The graphic may not look spectacular, but it fits the theme perfectly. You feel like you are in a sterile, hostile environment with dangers all around you.
  • The sound is another strong point of the game, a little clank here, a rumbling in the vent there...well done
  • No bugs, the only one I encountered was gone after exiting and restarting the game. Although this is something that should be standard, we all know there are loads of games on steam that are a different in that regard. It feels nice to play a finished product, a polished game.

The Average
  • The combat is a bit bare bones, you can get three different weapons, there are four different types of opponents... but it doesn't need to be any different or more varied. This isn't a shooter in space, you can beat the game by sneaking, too, if you want to.
  • The respawning mechanic puts you in a certain place on the ship which makes exploring and achieving some objectives a bit tedious from time to time.

As for the bad, as far as I'm concerned I found nothing negative to say about it. You realize the devs put a lot of thought and love for detail into it and it shows. Of course, you can speedrun it and finish the story in a very short amount of time - and you might feel disappointed then saying "Wait, that was it?" But this is one of those games where you decide for yourself how much you get out of it. If you like to explore, find everything and take in the atmosphere you will enjoy your time with it as much as I did.
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