If you've always wondered what you would do if you were stranded in space with a buggy AI for sole companion, Event is probably the game you've been waiting for. This first person puzzle/narrative game is a lot more original than it looks as the player himself is in charge of all the typing. You alone must decide what to ask Kaizen, you alone must type the answers you think are appropriate. The computer's reactions aren't always logical, but it's all justified by the fact that it is buggy after years spent alone without any maintenance. It's an odd and intriguing title forcing you to build a relationship with an AI, and it actually works! However, you should be aware that the experience is rather short, about 3 to 4 hours, so you'll have to ask yourself if you think Event is worth your money. Much like in the game itself, only you can find the proper answer.
Note: The game was updated after we captured the videos, fixing the mouse smoothness issue. When moving the character, the frame-rate still doesn't feel as smooth as it should though, despite what the Steam FPS counter says.
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