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What is Observer about?

The year is 2084. If you somehow survived the Nanophage, odds are you were killed in the War. Those who live have turned to drugs, VR, neural implants— anything to distract themselves from this new reality. You are Daniel Lazarski, an elite neural detective known as an Observer, and part of a corporate-funded police unit whose purpose is to hack and invade suspects' minds. In this future, anything you think, feel, or remember can be used against you in a court of law.

When you receive a mysterious message from your estranged son, a high-level engineer for the almighty Chiron Corporation, you journey to the seedy Class C slums of Krakow to investigate. But as you hack into the unstable minds of criminals and victims to look for clues, you are forced to relive their darkest fears. How far will you go to discover the truth?

With cyberpunk legend Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner) as Detective Lazarski, >observer_ is a first-person psychological horror story that focuses on a dark, dystopian setting. Developed by Bloober Team, the creators of Layers of Fear, >observer_ is a horror experience meant for mature audiences. What you see will disturb you.

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Bloober Team SA

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15 Aug 2017 ⏰

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mugera

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131d ago

Sooner or later you can see that Observer comes from the u201eLayers of Fearu201c makers. The story also starts here relatively harmless and at some point degenerates into a totally crazy psycho trip. Gameplay:In this cyberpunk scenario you take on the role of the observer, who can get access to other people's memories with the help of different augmentations. You play from an ego perspective, but use your abilities instead of weapons. So when enemies show up, you have to dive instead of fight. You also talk, hack and puzzle a little through the interesting story. Usually it's about finding clues at a crime scene or about a person. It may sound boring, but the staging is great. Graphics & Sound:The graphics is excellent, especially the numerous effects like light, fog etc. If you have all settings at maximum there is nothing more to complain about. I like the speakers very much and they also make the impression that they have understood their roles. The general sound fits very well into the scenario and creates a good atmosphere throughout. Conclusion:Who knows Layers of Fear already in approximately what he gets involved here. Whereby Observer is in my opinion the better game, as it offers a more down-to-earth scenario (world, story etc. ). Kind of reminded me of Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell.

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