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A dying reality, a universe that's fading away. A merciless world that gets sick and vanishes. No past, no present, no future; only the impending moment of “dead synchronicity” ahead. Will you be able to stop it? Because, otherwise... what will you do when Time dissolves itself?
Good P& C for adults that's way too short and easy. The flow of the game is almost never interrupted by the very low level of difficulty. Unfortunately, you miss the simple logic of the puzzles in the conversations - people of whom you want...
something are already pointed out that they are to puke - which is absolutely illogical - nobody goes to the gangster boss - asks him for a favor and says in the next sentence - your business pisses me off - this is just as honest as it is stupid.
The animation style is very reduced, but this only surprised me for the first few minutes. The backgrounds are all right and manage to draw you into the world. The degree of violence is quite high but never out of place or too intrusive. I never had the feeling that I was just shocked to shock but to show the fate of the world and its inhabitants and to underline the cruelty of it (Suicide Park was great). The main character was all in all a little pale and by that I don't just mean his skin color. His motivation was understandable but the approach was a little strange. The whole world seemed very thoughtful to me, although a little too small. The story was good enough for me to want to know more - even if the ending was a bit abstruse and you're not any smarter than at the beginning. So, Michael is smarter then - but as a player you look into the tube a bit. Technically there was nothing to complain about from my side. The dubbing voices were also absolutely fine - where there were also outliers down there - but nothing really disturbing.
Me it has entertained the whole play time away and surely is here times a dialogue a little too long, an answer possibility stupid or it is missing simply times at logic but what remains is an impressive work of 3 brothers whose strengths outweigh. Who likes P& C Games, is open for adult topics and has no problem to end up with a? in the face should access. Definitely recommended.
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