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Space station thriller Observation has landed on Steam and GOG at half price


Space station thriller Observation has landed on Steam and GOG at half price

Observation, the sport that’s akin to 2001: A Space Odyssey in the event you performed the position of HAL 9000, has exited the Epic Games Store airlock after a yr of exclusivity. You can discover the area thriller over on GOG and Steam now, full with a tasty debut low cost.

Somewhere within the neighbourhood of Saturn, you’ll monitor cameras, discover, and clear up puzzles alongside Dr. Emma Fisher. You’re not a human technician, however S.A.M. the area station AI. You’ll flit round between station cameras and use your AI talents to assist maintain your fragile human companion alive.


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In his Observation evaluation, Matt discovered it to be equal components good and infuriating.

“Observation is intelligent, but it surely’s additionally astoundingly dumb. You’re positioned in a singular perspective, the place onscreen inhumanity accentuates your oh-so-human instincts. Then it subverts that! But then it makes you management a sphere that may’t transfer immediately up or down, furthering the nightmare of navigating already labyrinthine areas. It asks you to do one thing, with out telling you ways.”

Despite the frustrations, Matt finally ends up concluding “It’s value persevering with. When you get caught although, don’t hesitate to make use of a walkthrough.”

If area drama is your jam however the Epic Store just isn’t, properly now you’ve bought some new choices. Observation has landed on Steam and GOG the place it’s at present an attractive 50% off at £9.74/€10.49/$12.49 till Thursday, May 28th.

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