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  • Summary: Crash-landed on a sentient planet, you awake to discover a dreamscape world, filled with alien wonder and the remains of a betrayed civilization. You find a powerful relic that can interact with ancient technology and grant you near-magical powers. Can you rise to the challenge and solve theCrash-landed on a sentient planet, you awake to discover a dreamscape world, filled with alien wonder and the remains of a betrayed civilization. You find a powerful relic that can interact with ancient technology and grant you near-magical powers. Can you rise to the challenge and solve the haunting riddle of this mysterious place? Expand
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  1. Jan 17, 2020
    85
    While it isn’t winning any graphics awards (not that it's terrible), Eclipse: Edge of Light still manages to achieve VR greatness. With a few simple mechanics, Eclipse allows the player to experience its eerie, lonely world in ways that feel tactile and rewarding. Highly recommended for fans of trippy sci-fi, Eclipse stands out from the crowd in all the right ways.
  2. Jan 21, 2020
    78
    At the end of the day, Eclipse: Edge of Light is a fun exploration game that will certainly keep you in awe at times without pulling you away with overcomplicated controls or a messy narrative. It simply asks you to traverse the alien landscape, discover a small narrative along the way, and be there. It doesn’t do more than that, nor does it do less than that, which is acceptable for a VR experience.
  3. Jan 17, 2020
    70
    It’s hard to imagine wanting to quickly replay its two-hour campaign upon completion, but Eclipse: Edge of Light’s simplicity and focus makes it the perfect title to push on all your non-VR playing friends.
  4. Jan 20, 2020
    45
    Eclipse: Edge of Light has a few neat ideas, but nothing that isn’t done better anywhere else.
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