User ReviewDave Kachel
God Will Be Watching is a Sci Fi decision game that is very thought-provoking. Depending on the decision, the consequences will influence the environment and so it must be tried to achieve the goals. You have to make tough decisions. Very hard.
No... wishy-washy 'we're stranded and need to collect coconuts'. Here's the right shit. At first, you tend to be too soft. Then you fail. In time, it hardens you up. You get unfriendly. Or rather pragmatic? Then you roast the pretty blonde over the fire, because she's going crazy anyway. Then you shoot a little kid to put pressure on him. Then you send people to their deaths because they're a nuisance. About that way. Of course, you can also try the nicer variants. Then we will probably fail. What else happens in this futuristic world? Now that would be a spoiler. Because in Gods Will Be Watching, revealing a secret is just more of a secret. It can be a very frustrating game if you don't play it on easy. On easy it is very relaxing without having to start every single chapter 19 time or smearing a lot of lists on the block which influences which value and how. That's just boring. Practical for achievements ;)I think God's Will Be Watching is too short. But when I look at the fact that I spent 17 hours playing it, it's probably because you just want more. 17 hours far surpasses most other story-driven games that focus on decision making or adventure. The replay value is unfortunately relatively low, since the individual chapters are intersections that lead to the same result. br>
In the addon you play the after story. It goes deeper into the story and shows what happened to the main characters after the main game. The addon has a worse translation than the main game, which leads to cumbersome sentences and in many places to smaller typos. I find Gods Will Be Watching very worthwhile. You just have to consider that it has a very hard story that can wear down tenderly cozy, has a quite high luck factor, the graphics is not suitable for graphic children and this game is anything but action-heavy. If you don't mind, don't miss this pearl!
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