Mixed or average reviews - based on 22 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 22
  2. Negative: 5 out of 22
  1. Pelit (Finland)
    Oct 10, 2011
    If you're bored of all those standard issue FPS games, E.Y.E. is definitely worth trying. Don't mistake this indie cyberpunk FPS for Deus Ex imitation, for it surely isn't. It has fresh ideas, vast well-designed levels, wide array of nice weapons, cybernetic skills and PSI powers and an interesting plot. The game is almost too ambitious for its own good, which makes it cumbersome at times and hard to approach. It has also some minor bugs yet to be squashed. But even with its flaws E.Y.E. is something very unique. [Oct 2011]
  2. PC PowerPlay
    Sep 8, 2011
    Despite its quirks, EYE's mind-boggling ambition evokes the best of PC gaming's past, while giving us a glimpse into its future. [Oct 2011, p.56]
  3. Aug 15, 2011
    It's tough, it's overwhelming, and it'll break your brain, but E.Y.E is also one of the most creatively successful, conceptually lavish, mentally arresting games released in a long, long time.
  4. Aug 13, 2011
    I really like E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy. The shooting is tight, the character progression is deep, the visuals aren't bad, and it's a hell of a lot of fun once you're able to jump 30 feet high, not to mention do everything else a cybernetic/psionic assassin is capable of.
  5. Aug 13, 2011
    Taking into account the small development group and the price, I'm hard-pressed not to recommend this game as a must-have.
  6. Sep 18, 2011
    Distinctive games like E.Y.E. are a rarity these days. Its colorful characters, good dialogue, entertaining non-linear story, and multiple ways to develop the main characters are enough to offset the shortcomings.
  7. Oct 24, 2011
    It's no masterpiece, but full of surprises. It may take some time to get into the game, but the different ways to progress in the game are motivating.
  8. Aug 13, 2011
    Quotation forthcoming.
  9. Aug 13, 2011
    The ambitious and atmospheric E.Y.E.: Divine Cybermancy will enthrall you, if you can overcome its harsh edges and convoluted mechanics.
  10. PC Master (Greece)
    Mar 1, 2012
    One word is enough to describe the experience of playing E.Y.E.: variety. As an FPS/RPG hybrid, the game offers so many options for your character, from the DNA in the genes to the kind of armor worn. [February 2012]
  11. Aug 18, 2011
    But at the opening price of 20 bucks, players craving something genuinely different will definitely find it in E.Y.E. Divine Cybermancy, without breaking the bank.
  12. Sep 20, 2011
    An open-based action RPG where cyberpunk, Dune, Equilibrium and online grindcore meet each other, and they miss almost everything you would call 'user friendly' – to get the local rules and learn them properly often takes hours of frustrating gameplay. However, if you put your time in it and embrace yourselves with patience, you'll get rewarded with unmatched experience of the old school gaming.
  13. PC Gamer UK
    Oct 8, 2011
    A less than great RPG-shooter that you may still love to pieces, but keep a pack if aspirin on hand just in case. [Nov 2011, p.140]
  14. Aug 14, 2011
    I'm sure there are people who will find E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy a very enjoyable title, maybe because of its complexity, its being "old school" in an always more console oriented PC market. The fact is this game suffers from so many shortcomings that it's really hard to recommend to anyone.
  15. Sep 8, 2011
    With its shaggy construction and wild ambition, E.Y.E. Divine Cybermancy is as difficult to dislike as it is to recommend.
  16. Aug 30, 2011
    E.Y.E. Divine Cybermancy is the classic wasted opportunity due to the lack of resources and an insane ambition to try to cook too many meals onto the same kitchen's fire. The right dimension of this game should be that of a free mod: at 20 Euros, Steam 'shelves' are stuffed with commercial products much more worthy than this one.
  17. Aug 13, 2011
    E.Y.E. is an ambitious game from a small team, and has moments where it shines, but it ultimately isn't all that fun.
  18. Aug 13, 2011
    It's full of so many options and ideas and artistic potential. Unfortunately, though, none of these factors are well enough implemented to make Divine Cybermancy a game we can really recommend or personally tolerate.
  19. CD-Action
    Aug 31, 2011
    It seems that the vision of a perfect, expansive game merging features of an FPS and a nonlinear RPG just outgrew the capabilities of a small studio. To start the adventure you'll first have to face one of the most inconvenient and ugly user interfaces I've ever seen. Then you have to create a character without a decent explanation of the game's RPG system, so you can end up with one that doesn't suite the playing style that E.Y.E quickly forces you to adopt. You can easily lose track of the story because the game fails to present it properly. Shooting works fine but the enemy AI sadly doesn't and Source engine delivers outdated visuals. [Sept 2011, p.70]
  20. Aug 25, 2011
    Occasionally, the glow of sheer ambition nudges polish-related problems away from the light, allowing a few glorious moments to gaze upon what EYE could've been. But un-met ambition isn't enough.
  21. Aug 13, 2011
    E.Y.E Divine Cybermancy transpires good will, but the team at Streum On should have started with something smaller and offer a simpler but more polished title. The combat's quality is there, but the rest doesn't quite follow. Too bad.
  22. PC Gamer
    Sep 13, 2011
    EYE's lack of inspiration is matched only by its ineptitude. [Nov 2011, p.68]
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 167 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 81 out of 167
  2. Negative: 34 out of 167
  1. Aug 15, 2011
    This is a rare indie gem. If you like Sci-Fi, FPS, RPGs and huge open levels then this game is for you. Though it's built on the older SourceThis is a rare indie gem. If you like Sci-Fi, FPS, RPGs and huge open levels then this game is for you. Though it's built on the older Source engine, the game world is simply stunning. What sucks you in is the atmosphere. It's truly a unique game world and will leave you wanting to explore the levels thoroughly. The RPG system is very deep. You can play your character in many different way depending on what build you like. Hacking, stealth, melee, sniper, assault style, ninja style, PSI abilities, cyber implants. The list goes on and on and on. One thing that stands out about EYE is that you can advance your character via both single & multiplayer. The coop is fantastic. The devs keep in good contact via the Steam forum for EYE and have vowed to patch and support their popular new game. This will be the best $20 you spent on a game in a long time! Full Review »
  2. Aug 20, 2011
    I tried to like this game, I played it for about 7 hours then gave up in disgust. This game has so much promise but almost all of it isI tried to like this game, I played it for about 7 hours then gave up in disgust. This game has so much promise but almost all of it is squandered. The art direction and music are both great, unfortunately the following things completely ruined the experience for me (and I'm somebody who's willing to look past a few rough edges).

    -BUGGY, from the game crashing if two people in co-op talk to the same npc simultaneously to having enemies spawn in the floor and just shoot me through it, there are lot of bugs in this game.

    -Awful localization. The english is bad enough that it actually hurts the story of the game. Sometimes NPCs talk to you like they're your worst enemy, sometimes they talk like a surfer from the 90s, almost never do they speak in a way that immerses you in the setting.

    -Hacking minigame is just bad. I don't know how to convey in words how frustrating it was.

    -Combat is just bad. Enemies seems to have omnipresent knowledge of where you are at all times. They will stream at you single file for minutes on end while you murder them like cattle on a conveyor belt. Your npc allies are incredibly stupid, they do a better job of blocking doorways than they do of helping you in any meaningful way.

    Unless you absolutely must play a cyberpunk game this very instant, I recommend staying far far away from this game.
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  3. Sep 19, 2011
    This is a very fun Diablo FPS, but it's also a flawed game with a low level of polishing. Rough, many unpolished edges but mixed with diamondsThis is a very fun Diablo FPS, but it's also a flawed game with a low level of polishing. Rough, many unpolished edges but mixed with diamonds not only in the skies. If you can't bear low polished games flee that game. If you can't bear games without nice pretty graphics, flee that game. If you can't bear a story with a clean professional writing, flee that game. If you can't bear a story where at end many points remain obscure and mysterious, flee that game. BUT if you want try a crude psychedelic Cyberpunk game, here your game. If you want try a fun Diablo FPS, here your game and quote its gameplay is a lot more fun than Hellgate London. If you want try a weird but fascinating Cyberpunk lore and story, here your game. If you want try a fun action FPS with a confuse but fairly deep class system, here your game. If you are curious about gameplay that are different, here your game. If you have some culprit and persistent fascination for underground stuff, here is your game. Full Review »