As a Son of Nor, consecrated by the Goddess of the Night, you are all that stands between the human race and total extinction. Only one human enclave remains in the vast desert world of Noshrac, a hidden refuge called The Edge.Read full description
As a Son of Nor, consecrated by the Goddess of the Night, you are all that stands between the human race and total extinction. Only one human enclave remains in the vast desert world of Noshrac, a hidden refuge called The Edge. After 400 years of peace, humanity's ancient enemy the Sarahul appears once more, forcing you into an adventure to save your people.
Armed with telekinesis and terraforming, the gifts granted by the goddess Nor, you will explore the world of Noshrac, fighting through enemy territory and uncovering long-forgotten secrets. On your journey you will discover mysterious structures created by an ancient race that are filled with puzzles and traps - and the key to mystical powers unlike any you've ever seen.
As a Son of Nor, the World is your Weapon. Use it wisely.
Cutting Edge Peripheral Support: Aim telekinetic objects with your eyes with the SteelSeries Sentry eye tracker or tobii EyeX (Windows Only), or command the game with your mind with the Emotiv EPOC brain computer interface (Windows Only)!
Son of Nor had potential to be a good game. While graphics are average at best and horrible at worst, sound and voice-acting will make you cringe, the idea for a game is pretty good, being a mix of platformer with physics puzzles. In co-op, this game is manageable, but alone graphics and crazy amount of bugs and technical difficulties from poor optimisation to crashes will make the best of you. Also, fighting just doesn't work in this game, because it is dull and boring, mostly because it is button masher with no depth or combo system and for a open-world game it is incredibly small and locked, almost like in The Witcher 3 when you have Ciri with you or second half of Final Fantasy XV. All of the powers are fun, but for a little while, because alone the game gets boring incredibly fast. For this price, it is not really worth it. Grab it when on sale and only if you will have someone to play with.
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