Reviews for Master Reboot
A very unsettling memorysweetcuppincake | June 11, 2014 | See all sweetcuppincake's reviews »
What struck me first about Master Reboot was the unique visual style of the game. It looks unlike anything else I've played. What really struck me were all the jump scares. This game scared me over and over. There's something off everywhere you visit, the music is a bit haunting, and then there's this freaky girl that stalks you throughout the game trying to kill you. I could only play is small chunks of time because of the stress. The story of Master Reboot is set in the future when people can record their memories and store them for their family to visit after they are dead. This is called the Soul Cloud. Something happens and the Soul Cloud crashes. You are sent in to the virtual space to check on the memories. While there, you learn about this person's life and progress further by solving puzzles. The security system of the Soul Cloud is a ghostly little girl who doesn't like you messing around. Not everything about the game is perfect, but it is well worth your time if you enjoy horror games.
Do you remember that time...Numbi | Nov. 29, 2013 | See all Numbi's reviews »
I bought Master Reboot on a whim because the graphics seemed very unique and the idea of mucking around inside the memories of people sounded very appealing. What I didn't expect was how creepy the game would be. Between the spooky atmosphere and the "person" that pop-ups from time to time to scare you I jumped quite a few times. The puzzles are a bit easy and the platform jumping towards the end somewhat tedious but don't let that stop you from experiencing this game for yourself.