Having already been captivated by the preview version, we're happy to confirm that the final release of David Board's Lifeless Planet lives up to our expectations in every way. Radically exotic, the discovery of what this Lifeless Planet holds delivers a nice mix of platforming, puzzle solving and, most importantly, a great deal of exploration. The sense of loneliness and desperation weights heavily on the hero and is further amplified by the discrete narration and sparse use of musical cues. The mix of melancholy string instruments layered with surreal electronic sounds recalls not only the wonderful score from the Mass Effect series but also the mysterious atmosphere of Cities of Gold, a wonderful animated series our older readers may remember. If you're an explorer at heart this is a game not to miss provided you're playing on a PC, of course.
@AndreasZ94: i know right, and the fact its a scrub bar. Not set choices just makes it so cool looking. It's like a time lapse without the waiting around. Lol. (5 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: The option to change the time of day in photo mode is awesome (7 minutes ago)
[url] best photomode? best photomode! (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: i dont think i would buy styx full price. i liked the first as a freebie. but £40 i dunno. the sequel still seems to have a lot of performance issues, and looks to be PS4 footage. (1 Hour ago)
I see. Well I'll definitely be picking it up and probably Styx 2 too. New video is great. (1 Hour ago)
might pick it up later. it's hard to find time between PS4 and PSVR. but if there is a break in the releases i'll probably try it. (2 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: nah. not a fan. wind waker was the only ones i've legitimately enjoyed. but even that outstayed it's welcome. (2 Hours ago)