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  • Summary: You receive a desperate call from Hope, a mysterious woman trapped inside an oppressive totalitarian state. By hacking into the nation's elaborate surveillance network and taking control, you guide Hope through a web of danger and deception across five thrilling episodes.


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  1. Jan 12, 2016
    Like any other episode, you can coast through this and learn absolutely nothing, but it would be a waste of a fascinatingly rich narrative not to pursue the audio logs and television sets.
  2. Jan 3, 2016
    Republique Episode 4 is neither the weakest entry, nor the best. It’s caught in the middle. Whether it’s because of development troubles or simply to blame on the story, remains to be seen, and with a finale on the horizon, it still has a chance to end strong.
  3. Feb 1, 2016
    There are elements in this fourth episode that didn’t convince us at all. Mainly the long wait for the release, a strange move that made us (and probably many others) lose quite a bit of interest in the game and its characters. The gameplay could have saved the situation, but it was simplified on many levels, in a chapter that’s also shorter than the past ones and a bit low in the “wow” factor.
  4. Jan 8, 2016
    Republique's "new course" isn't as original, deep and interesting as we saw in the first "season". It's a true shame, but the old concept was indeed much more interesting.
  5. Feb 3, 2016
    Republique is a relatively simple stealth game with a lot of love dumped into its presentation and its world, but Episode 4's attempt to shake things up in both gameplay and plot is weak.
  6. Jan 27, 2016
    God's Acre is a very focused episode, with very little backtracking and can be completed just under 2 hours without collecting everything. The core stealth action is the same, and the reduced OMNI abilities never feel like a hindrance. God's Acre is less frustrating than previous episodes and does not overstay its welcome, but does not change the formula enough to stand out.
  7. Jan 18, 2016
    Time will tell if God's Acre is the portion of Republique you skip over before getting to its fifth episode. Before—and, hopefully, after—Republique has done much better.

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