- Summary: What would you do if your fears were hacked? >observer_ is a cyberpunk horror game from Bloober Team, the creators of Layers of Fear. Play as an Observer, the new front line of neural police, as you hack into the jagged minds of the insane.
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Oct 24, 2017The game is visually stunning and sets a new bar for the genre of Cyberpunk games. The voice acting from Rutger Hauer is perfectly casted, and he delivers the role spectacularly. Observer is overall pretty short, but it will have you playing until you push on to uncover the truth – it truly is a captivating game. The sound design is fantastic, too, from the impressive soundtrack, written and composer by Arkadiusz Reikowski, to the noise of creaky doors, all lends itself to a truly great psychological horror game.
Aug 14, 2017An audio and visual tour de force, Observer doesn’t pull any punches. It would appear that Layers of Fear was simply foreplay for Bloober Team; a warm up for the full-on fuckfest that Observer is. Combining investigation, exploration, stealth, puzzles, and a near constant barrage of horror, Observer is a meticulously created game that rarely puts a foot wrong. If you think you have the stomach for it, this could be one of the biggest surprises of the year.
Aug 22, 2017>OBSERVER_ is a superior, more frightening take on the experience we glimpsed from Westwood Studios’ Blade Runner adaptation back in 1997. Outstanding level design and a perfectly paced nightmare make for one of the best adventure titles I’ve ever played. You will feel a sense of cybernetic dread that has been missing since your last run in with Shodan. This is a must play for fans of the genre or anyone looking for a solid scare.
Aug 14, 2017Observer is a good sci-fi horror adventure, with a strong narrative, blessed by the amazing performance of Rutger Hauer. Some less-convincing elements (notably, recycling of assets and gameplay ideas from Layers of Fear, the previous game from Bloober Team) don't diminish the value of an intriguing experience, full of love for Blade Runner and the sci-fi avantpop.
Aug 16, 2017As soon as I realised this game was made by some polish developers I got curious. By experience most developers from Eastern Europe alwaysAs soon as I realised this game was made by some polish developers I got curious. By experience most developers from Eastern Europe always care a lot for a unique style, story and atmosphere and luckily I was not disappointed. A dystopian horror adventure with great character and a likeable protagonist!
Do me a favour...watch the first hour or so in a let's play...if you like what you see buy it! Small developers who dare to bring us experiences like that deserve to be supported!… Expand
Oct 15, 2017Отличная игра, сюжет, музыкальное сопровождение, графика - всё на уровне, а дизайн, стилистика игры - выше всяких похвал. Игра стала одним изОтличная игра, сюжет, музыкальное сопровождение, графика - всё на уровне, а дизайн, стилистика игры - выше всяких похвал. Игра стала одним из моих любимых хорроров, на равне с Soma. Также, спасибо за скидку 25% для обладателей Layers of fear, игра обошлась всего в 400 руб.
May 28, 2018This game is one of the best out there,this proves overhyped games are nothing compared to a good indie one,I love this game so much,in theThis game is one of the best out there,this proves overhyped games are nothing compared to a good indie one,I love this game so much,in the end the underrated prevail over the overhyped.… Expand
Aug 16, 2017It really is Layers of Fear meets Blade Runner, the soundtrack is great, I love the graphics and the atmosphere, very unsettling use of analogIt really is Layers of Fear meets Blade Runner, the soundtrack is great, I love the graphics and the atmosphere, very unsettling use of analog video and retro-futuristic set-ups.
On another note, the PS4 Pro version runs horribly, with constant screen-tearing and fps drops. Beyond that, an insane cyberpunk dystopia that Philip K Dick could be proud of.
Edit : SORRY, there is no screen-tearing, it's actually a feature of the game when you forget to take your corporate-approved Synchrozine pill. Immersion 10/10 would take pill again.… Expand
Oct 18, 2017This **** is **** insane! The amount of visual mindbending reaches madness levels and I loved it! Had the hairs on the back of my neck standThis **** is **** insane! The amount of visual mindbending reaches madness levels and I loved it! Had the hairs on the back of my neck stand up each time I was doing a "mindscan". Absolutely breathtaking and awe-inspiring. The game also runs buttery smooth and without issues.
The major issue I had though, is that for such a well developed game with so much devotion, they couldn't have picked a worse voice actor for the main protagonist. His lines are delivered so lazily and in a monotonous voice that it kills immersion. Also having to stop in every 10 seconds to scan the area with every mode as to not miss anything kinda ruins the atmosphere and slows the flow.
Looking forward to more from Bloober Team.… Expand
Aug 17, 2017Observer
Slow start but a great finish
Observer is an about 6 and a half hr long cyberpunk styled psychological horror game where you playObserver
Slow start but a great finish
Observer is an about 6 and a half hr long cyberpunk styled psychological horror game where you play as detective Daniel Lazarski investigating an apartment building after he gets a call from his son adam, you spend the rest of the game trying to find out exactly what happened to your son and to the other murdered victims in this building..
This game is developed by the same team that made one of my most favorite horror games of all time layers of fear, so I was extremely excited to try this one out
and admittedly I was very disappointed in the games first half…
The first half to me felt like a door to door salesman simulator..
youre just knocking on door after door until someone answers and you interrogate them to help you progress through the game
Youre finding codes and throwing switched to access different areas and youll eventually find yourself investigating a crimescene, there are computers around with mini games within the game as well as documents to get you deeper into these characters, but this is where you do batman style scanning of the items at the crime scene trying to figure out exactly what happened to the victim
but you can take getting information a step further
you play as an observer.. youre able to plug into minds and see a distorted reality of your target to get answers buried deep in their conscious and subsconsious through a chip they have in their head, which is found by scanning them..
these moments arewhere the game becomes great,
a lot of puzzles and mind tricks and survival horror , shifting rooms much like the layers of fear games…
and each one offers an intriguing and unique experience, stopping it from feeling repetitive like the investigator part of the game
I didn’t necisarily find this game to be scary, but its definitely unsettling..
and once you reach the end of that characters story things are blurry and you have to take a pill… this happens as you wander around the building for too long as well..
im not really sure the point of this mechanic.. its just makes the game ugly, choppy, and hard to look at.. but it’s a thing and you have to look for these pills around the rooms.. but then youre back to being a door to door salesman..
until finally youre not anymore..
theres one final door to door section underground which is where I ran into the only bug during my play time where the night vision wouldn’t click off, thankfully this was fixed by backing out into the menue and coming back into the game…
but the 2nd half of the game is very linear and is like one giant chunk of the mind hacking stuff and its great..
shifting rooms, illusions, questions, answers, monsters…
I much preferred going through these mind bending moments that made me fall in love with layers of fear so much…
I was worried with the initial direction the game was taking, but the brilliant story telling pulled me through to the good stuff
Who knows, maybe you end up liking the door to door stuff and finding codes and investigating areas..
I didn’t.. and if you don’t I promise you that its definitely worth getting through the slow drag of the games first half and dealing with all of its knocking on doors, puzzles and switches to get to its 2nd half..
Bloober Team delivers again with a great psychological horror experience
I give Observer
a 7.5/10… Expand
Sep 1, 2017I mean, to be honest, this game is a walking simulator which makes me sick. The illumination feels the game developer just chuck every filterI mean, to be honest, this game is a walking simulator which makes me sick. The illumination feels the game developer just chuck every filter in a unity plugin into the game. It is a harsh game.… Expand