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  • Summary: It is 2032 - 20 years after the end of World War III. To survive the nuclear holocaust, humankind fled from the contaminated surface to find safety in vast bunkers, cities created deep underground. Decaying shelters and hideaways set the stage in mankind's struggle for survival where they battle horrible mutants, bloodthirsty mercenaries and other threats.

    In Afterfall: InSanity you won't only face the aftermath of the nuclear fallout, but also the dark shadows of the past in the role of the mysterious psychologist Albert. As Albert, the player will be part of a team of medical scientists in charge of monitoring the fugitives' mental stability. If Albert does not confront his greatest weaknesses and deepest fears, he will not survive the claustrophobic depths of the underground from which there is no escape and where the darkness hides more secrets than simply the growing madness of its inhabitants. Defy everything that's in your way to solve the horrible secrets that exists in the dark.
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  1. Apr 9, 2013
    InSanity was never going to be a great game. It would have struggled to be considered a good one. It did, however, have that certain special something, possessed of enough charisma to at least make me debate whether or not it was a bad game. That is, until the gear shift and rapid decline, at which point I gave up trying to be nice and settled in for an absolutely terrible time.
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  1. Sep 25, 2012
    Okay, this looks impressive, the graphic, scenery, history and music are awesome, i was simply surprised. The story will draw you me Collapse
  2. Dec 21, 2012
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I fell in love with this game from nearly the start as it goes slow for the first few minutes then things get going to a final crescendo that i thought i had already guessed but as with most good games of this type its not always as you think it is. The best part of this game is the sound effects and music, i highly recommend using headphones to play or playing via a really good sound setup. There were many times that a sound wasnt what it what you thought it was hence the insanity name in the title. If your into the post apocalyptic genre then you need to check this one out, oh and the end of the game isnt when you finally get outside ;) Expand
  3. Oct 6, 2013
    Considering Afterfall is a game that I had never heard of and had zero expectations for I can't help being impressed. Despite some animation/voice acting shortcomings (visual/sound design are excellent) I loved the the first half of the game; a mix of Dead Space (gameplay and sound design) with the visual aesthetics of Fallout, Metro 2033, S.T.A.L.K.E.R., etc. There's lots of nice little details but atmosphere is missing; the game is very easy and all enemies (even bosses) are entirely non-threatening. I found the second half to be a bit of a patchy affair, but thanks to some reveals and twists, found it worth sticking around to the end for (6 hours total). Expand
  4. Oct 28, 2014
    For an obscure developer this is a pretty nice game in the good old genre of post-apocalyptical world. The commands are simple and the storyline is pretty straightforward, so it's nearly impossible to get lost on the stages.

    The game presents good puzzles, some of them you must solve in a determined time to make things more challenging, lots of gore (yay, right?) with an arsenal of melee weapons.

    Good catch for the game to use a psychiatrist as the main character, it's sort of unusual. Thumbs down for the cliché storyline. All cards on the table, this game is worth a shot if you like the genre.
  5. Jul 19, 2014
    The game is... meh. It's not terrible, nor is it unplayable. The story is not bad, the enviromental backgrounds and graphics are actually pretty good and the music is very well done. The atmosphere is okay, but it is not a true horror game to what I have played, there are some scary scenes but not a game like Amnesia: The Dark Descent or OUTLAST which you will get some good scares, but reminds me like I am playing Alan Wake or Eternal Darkness with their pyschological horror. But, there are some flaws, the sound effects are terrible, they sound like they were taken from a cheap sound website or from a cheap B-Movie, the voice acting is not bad, the main character's voice is awful, it's like the voice actor who voiced the main character was not bothered or was bored when recording, as it sounds pretty boring. The other actors voices are not bad, but still not up to good quality standards. The combat is awful, it looks like everyone has problems like the exorcist having spasims (if that's how you write it) and I have encountered some glitches and bugs, like doors won't open and I have to reload to the last checkpoint, and sometimes the game freezes momentarily which bugs me, but overall the game is not terrible and is quite a good game if you are bored from other games and feel like playing a game that has a mediocre gameplay and story. Afterfall Insanity is the game for you, Afterfall Insanity: Extended Edition includes the DLC with it. The DLC honestly is a waste, why on earth would you call it DLC if there is only two modes, Dirty Arena (in which you use melee weapons, and as you progress you use guns) and Second Strike (in which you use guns), which the gameplay just consists of wave after wave of enemies, then when you reach the fifth wave you get the boss. What a waste. Now I can understand if it was in Co-Op or Multiplayer, but not on your own! I understand the story focuses on just one guy, but on the DLC, the player and his friends or other players could of played as the main character, Karolina, the colonel, anyone of the characters mentioned, but nope, just you all by yourself, hitting and shooting your way through five waves over and over again, boring. What a waste on a good idea for DLC. Don't try the DLC, unless you are interested in what the DLC holds (like me), then by all means, try it... just don't expect anything good out of it! And if this is what DLC should be, then thank god I don't waste my money of this type of "downloadable content" Expand
  6. nop
    Mar 3, 2013
    This game is a poor man's Resident Evil 5/Dead Space/Silent Hill, but with greatly inferior quality of storytelling and game design. Graphics is actually quite decent, at least above average for UE3 budget titles. But, there is, like 10 minutes of intriguing introduction, then 5 hours of linear non-stop bludgeoning people to death with few badly designed puzzles in-between, then 2 minutes of witty remarks, then 3 more hours of axing people with higher percent of QTEs. You get to enjoy the usual knee-high walls, regenerating health, console controls, fetch quests and weapons removed between chapters. And then..
    Who knows, maybe the final part is the pinnacle of game design, but I can't take this anymore.
  7. Jun 9, 2014
    This game is BAD. Is really bad! The Worst "horror" game ive ever played. This game is a bad joke.. the worst joke i ever heard. Bad controls, broken and BORING gameplay, there is no atmosphere (its just dark. and thats it) bad story, bad sound effects, horrible voice acting, thousands of bugs, laughable animations.. the only good thing is the graphics. Horrible piece of sh*t, waste of time, waste of money, waste of life, waste of f*ckin keyboard (actually i broke my keyboard because of the horrible checkpoint system, and i have no money for a new one), so thanks afterfall insanity, you ruined my week. Expand

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