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  • Summary: Sinless is a unique combination of a classic point and click and a visual novel with many references and inspirations from classics of the genre, such as Snatcher, or Rise of the Dragon. Add to that custom, in-house designed lighting and parallax effects, along with a dedicated awesomeSinless is a unique combination of a classic point and click and a visual novel with many references and inspirations from classics of the genre, such as Snatcher, or Rise of the Dragon. Add to that custom, in-house designed lighting and parallax effects, along with a dedicated awesome Soundtrack and original storyline, we hope you will enjoy your stay. Welcome to the Omni-Care sanctioned city. The world as we know it has come to an end and a New Order has taken over. Life is seemingly perfect, in an almost utopian society humans have to officially schedule their whole days in advance via "ports" - mandatory cybernetic implants. Large commercial entities who also happen to be port manufacturers have replaced governments and crime is practically non existent. You are the hero of this exciting cyberpunk tale, about to start a regular day, only for it to unfold in the most unexpected manner revealing the true nature of the multi-layered city. Expand
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  1. Mar 30, 2020
    80
    This sci-fi adventure is steeped in lore and brought to life by an unmatched art style and fabulous soundtrack. Sinless is held back only by its lack of meaningful decisions for the player, and its relatively short length.
  2. Feb 5, 2020
    60
    The best way to experience Sinless is in handheld mode, with the game taking full advantage of the Switch’s touchscreen capabilities. You can, of course, also use the analogue stick to move a cursor around the screen, but this is incredibly slow and cumbersome. It’s a short game, and not a particularly polished experience, but Sinless is nevertheless a nice take on the cyberpunk genre that will intrigue you enough to see it through to the end.