APPROACH THE EDGE OF HUMANITY.
For too long has humanity been constrained by limits of the human body. Most have accepted the imperfection of flesh, but some sought for liberation. To pursue the dream of creating a post-human being - to achieve ideas of transhumanism - is the driving force behind H+ Corporation. Within its facilities technology and homo sapiens became one entity. An organism devoid of humanity's biological weaknesses.
You board the spaceship Purity-02 - prime complex of the H+ Corporation.
The dream shatters to a nightmare when you realize what has become of Purity-02. Once a research vessel, it has turned into a deadly, deserted trap. To flee Purity-02 you have to investigate the mysteries of the ship. With every passing minute the chances of survival grow slim. Infected with a parasite emitting deadly toxins, you struggle against havoc being wrought within your body. But there is yet a greater danger to evade.
A beast is roaming the ship. A creature known from long-forgotten fables and ancient myths. It could prowl around in any shadow and lurk behind any corner. You must plan your every move. You must survive the infection.
You Must Get Off the Ship.
Phantaruk is a sci-fi first person survival horror game which takes place on board a spaceship. While escaping the ship is your primary objective, you also have to mange your toxin levels by finding antidotes and your heart rate in order to survive. For the low price the graphics are decent but they don't do much to stand out from similar games in the genre and they aren't going to look as good as higher budget games, leading to dull environments. The story is told in the usual way for the genre, by finding audio logs and notes and isn't very interesting, the notes aren't that entertaining to read either, the notes are also poorly translated. Avoiding the monsters requires stealth which is not handled well, enemies will see and attack you when they shouldn't and will at times ignore you when they should have seen you, it also doesn't communicate the level of light very well. The few things that the game does that most other games don't, such as needing to find antidotes just isn't enjoyable and doesn't really add anything to the game. Can be avoided unless you really need another first person horror game.
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