"I have many things to tell you and very little time… I come from a universe parallel to yours. My world is desperately in need of your help. Only YOU can save us."
Responding to the desperate pleas of a mysterious character from another dimension, your soul must enter the dark and futuristic city of Omikron. This heralds the beginning of an epic adventure through an increasingly strange and dazzling parallel world, trying to solve the many puzzles that prevent you escaping alive. Think, fight and interact with the immense gaming environment to defeat the menacing demons that have tried to trap you.
An epic adventure storyline with unprecedented depth and realism
Shooting and combat included in a real adventure game – featuring motion capture by several martial arts and world champions
A unique Virtual Reincarnation concept
A huge living environment in real time 3D with hundreds of passers-by and vehicles to interact with.
Original soundtrack by David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels, including 8 songs also featuring on the David Bowie album “hours”
220 minutes of dialogue with real time facial Motion Capture
Omikron: The Nomad Soul © Quantic Dreams S.A.
Omikron: The Nomad Soul was a very specific game back in the time it was released and it stayed the same now, probably if you not old enough to feel any sentiment for this title you will play for few minutes and then forget you ever bought this title. Mechanics are old and wonky not to mention the graphics which are very dated. Puzzles sometimes make no sense at all but on the other hand, this game has some small cult following who probably buy will buy this for nostalgic reason, others may move alone.
A classic super master, game that must not be overlooked, is to collect it and even more if you are fans of David Bowie XD
This game is amazing. It is an adventure game, with lots of exploration, dialogues and finding solutions to problems you usually face in adventure games. But when you play it you notice few differences. First of all there is no main character. You are an entity that can posess virtually anyone. And this is required to advance through the game. Apart from adventure mode there are two more. A beat 'em up, with many combos and upgrades, with tournaments where you can earn cash and other rewards. And a FPS, with various weapons. What else... The world of Omikron actually lives. You can explore it like in GTA. Go here, there, visit shops, go to a concert of David Bowie! Buy music in a store and listen to it in your apartment. And all this in a game released in 1999. Nice, isn't it? The plot is about saving the world, pretty cliche, right? But you get so deeply immersed in this beautiful, detailed world. I picked this game up about ten years ago and played through it few times so far. It's an amazing, breathtaking experience. It's a shame that game such as this was forgotten. Alas, as it is often the case - the world wasn't ready for it in 1999. Combining an adventure with FPS and beat 'em up, set in a detailed science fiction world of Omikron and featuring great music by David Bowie. A real gem for a collector.
In the game, you first take on the role of a cop. Ultimately, you have to save the world. NO, DON'T LEAVE YET! There is more to it than that! Besides, the way the game is structured makes the unfolding of the story feel like it is your doing. You really live in this world, use the hovering cars, talk to the citizens, transfer to their bodies (yes, this is possible and gives you access to their homes and information) and kick their asses on underground martial arts tournaments! The game offers 3 different perspectives at different sections of the game: 3rd person adventure, beat'em'up and fps. The first two are the best while the fps part leaves a lot to be desired. The whole experience just takes you in so wholly, you feel like a detective, trying to understand this world and how it works while unraveling the evil plot behind it all. I think everyone should be able to try this and with that price, it is a great offer.
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