simply masterpiece The story quality and timed sequences remind me Gods will be Watching, another great "soldier survival" game. Though there's no backstory how Darius always "returns to checkpoint", it also feels similar to GWBW. And it's interesting to finally get to know better races and Universe from original Out There. Please make Steam version and allowing rewinds at any point after finishing story for achievement hunting. Eagerly waiting for next episode. Also i have several screenshots with minor bugs and can try to help more with this magnificent game.
Pretty compelling story. On my playthrough, I made every effort to keep people alive, which seemed to pay off. I'm not sure what would happen if I decided to kill people instead. Is Nyx's presence necessary for survival? Also, I promised Subtle I'd never lie to him and I kept that promise, but I'm curious how he'd take if I did lie at the end.
Brilliant, gripping storytelling. Hard to put down. I enjoyed the original Out There, which was set in a randomly-generated, sprawling sci-fi universe. But I love this new direction even more, as well as the characters that drive the story. This game trades in the arbitrary chance mechanic for a focused, gritty storyline that brilliantly expands on the Out There universe. While the theme of improbability of survival is important, it's just not as fun or as effective as a great story. I think Mi-clos went in the right direction, and did a stellar job at it.
Very disappointed with the game. It's extremely linear and there are no challenges at all. The few decision points the game offers are so obvious I only died 4 or 5 times before ending the whole thing. The story is not that great, too, though there are some interesting analogies with reality. A shame, really.
Not an RPG!! This is a visual novel that is linear with no other paths. Graphics are non-existent, a slideshow of pictures. Control consists of randomly pressing dialog choices until you get on the right dialog path. Story is interesting but has numerous grammatical errors and big mistakes like them not being able to make guns because "no lead" on the moon... Seriously? Game designer has an odd choice of making a war criminal the main character and being anti America. Game time is roughly 2 hours (with trial and error), no replayability. Compared to OT omicron edition, this is very disappointing. 2/5*.
Engaging story but has some kinks It's an engaging story but a little repetitive when you make the wrong choice and die, and there's no option to save your exact point, so it usually goes back a chapter before and you have to go through your choices again. When the captain got no response from the Redemption, the story just kinda hung and refused to advance. *Update* after a few more attempts, it started to work again.
Increased device compatibility range
Minor bug fix
U determine the outcome of Freshman year for Ashley, Angie, Dorothy, Keith & Jun