Excellent follow up text game to the original lifeline. You do feel somewhat immersed and considering the limited room the writer had to develop relationships, this is excellent and I'd recommend it at the money. Don't play it on fast forward, you'll lose the background emotions and the story is not as good. Well done, it looks like I'll be buying more of these.
Loved it, but has bugs (in the story) I really, really loved this story and I love Taylor the most out of all the Lifeline game protagonists (gender-neutral for max identification!). But, this game has a problem where the story makes reference to events in the story that you never encountered during your playthrough, or where a discovery happens twice as though you hadn't already found out. There are multiple problems with the story/choice mappings this way. But if this were fixed, this is easily one of my favorite games.
Lesser Entry in the Series This sequel lacks much of the original game's immersive feel. Taylor spends a lot of time frantically running for safety with alien zombie marines a few steps behind, but always has time for puns and pop culture references. It makes the story harder to get in to. It also has a few continuity errors. It isn't uncommon for Taylor to talk about something that you haven't seen in the story. It's nice to revisit Taylor, but this story feels abrupt and rushed. Other entries in the series are much stronger.
Loved the first game, but this one just seemed far too difficult to make it all the way through. I played it several times and lost every time. Quite frustrating after making good choices.
Yaaaaaayyyyyy Taylor is back!!!! The only thing I'm sad about is Taylor doesn't know me?!? Why couldn't there be an option at the start of the game that was "Did you play lifeline?" "What's your name." Thats pretty much my only complaint! I'm happy to have Taylor back (still sad he doesn't know me!) am enjoying so far, the extra characters definitely add into the story. Poor Taylor needs a hug. And a muffin.
Ridiculous Permissions, Too Short Why does Taylor need access to every file on my phone? Also this should've been combined with the 3rd game for the price, splitting the two is greedy from the developers.
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Text based quest, mix of Sci-Fi and horror in the veins of Alien and Dead Space.
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