Planet Ancyra - a planet too far and the graveyard of a humanity that became lost in the depths space. A planet where the human mind became overwhelmed by fears of conspiracy, betrayal, and madness.Read full description
Planet Ancyra - a planet too far and the graveyard of a humanity that became lost in the depths space. A planet where the human mind became overwhelmed by fears of conspiracy, betrayal, and madness.
Completing the stories first laid out in 'Solarix' and 'DeVoid', the previous releases from indie studio Pulsetense Games, players experience one of the greatest sci-fi stories ever written. Dive into the psychotic mind of engineer, Walter Terrace (from Solarix) and Elizabeth Woolgather (DeVoid) who was sent to discover the disappearance of the Solarix crew. As the game evolves, unravel the mysterious events surrounding the Planet Ancyra interstellar research base, investigate the enigmas discovered and tie up clues about the lives of colony workers.
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Planet Ancyra Chronicles is a weird game, at least when it comes to its main concept. It tries to be a sci-fi horror with its combat elements that can occasionally happen but most of the time it looks like a bad case of a walking simulator. There are some good elements to it though, story and voice acting are quite decent but all that walking is really making the gameplay quite a chore.
Planet Ancyra Chronicles is basically repackaged Solarix, only stripped from FPS/gameplay elements and made into really, really bad walking simulator, even worse than Amnesia: Machine for Pigs. Graphics and music are incredibly basic and really nothing standing out, which is already bad, considering most of the time this is the selling point of this type of game. Writing is meh at best and there is nothing interesting to talk about or happening, even though sound effects trying to tell you otherwise. Overall, even more boring version of Solarix, without it's meh gameplay, only walking. I don't recommend it and you're better off getting Alien: Isolation or SOMA if you want your space horror fix with interesting writing, because this one is too half-baked to recommend it, even for this price.
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