Despite what may seem apparently a while now, the horror or survival horror is not a genre that must operate exclusively in first-person games. There have exceptions like Evil Within recent and classic taste or the viral success of Five Nights at Freddy’s.
But watch out, the terror can also come in the form of adventure from a 2D isometric view. That’s the idea behind STASIS , a promising game scary sci-fifinanced nearly two years ago in Kickstarte r (he got something over $ 130,000 ).The adventure will put us in the shoes of John Maracheck, a crew member of an abandoned ship in the distant future, wake up with the aim to unravel the many mysteries that surround him. Intriguing story, like any project genre, bet all levels and setting script. That has the support of Daedalic Entertainment , in this current kings of adventure, merely foreshadow a good result.
And if we were talking about setting and its packaging, in addition to the exquisite level of detail that presents the game, you have to talk about the work of Mark Morgan musically. We talked about a titan of industry who has worked on projects as mythical as Planescape Torment , Fallout 1, Fallout 2, or more recently, Wasteland 2 and Torment: Tides of Numenera. Almost nothing.
If you striking what STASIS has to offer, you’ll be happy to know that in the end, the project has a final release date: as can be seen in its launch trailer will be theAugust 31 when he you can lay hands on PC ( Steam and GOG). Until then, you can test your alpha here or, if you want to investigate other similar projects, venturing into Sanitarium , a psychological thriller released in 1998 playable approach which seems to have inspired the work of the guys from The Brotherhood .