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The Uncertain: Light At The End

New Game Order, META Publishing
Oct 8, 2020 - PC
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

46

Top Critic Average

6%

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4 / 10
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2.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for The Uncertain: Light At The End

The Uncertain: Light at the End isn't a bad game, but so much of it feels uninspired and done before that it fails to thrill or excite.

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All in all, the game simply does not work as a stand alone title. This leaves one disconnected from the events of the story. Given how the story is structured, the developer should have waited releasing the game as a complete package with all three parts included.

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GameMAG

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4 / 10
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The Uncertain: Light at the End is a very rough project with a weak plot, outdated animations and a myriad of bugs.

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The Uncertain: Light At The End is a heap of derivative themes and ideas missing the narrative and mechanical buttresses needed to hold it together.

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An uninspired take an overly familiar material.

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As you dig into this tale of survival, I can’t help feel that it would have been better suited to a 2D point and click. The Uncertain: Light At The End does play on establish genre tropes but still manages it convincingly. Where it falls down is when it jams in odd immersion breaking puzzles and drops in yet another bug. Uncertain is an appropriate description for this tale of tin and while I’d give it a whirl once it’s had its chrome plated spit shine, I would hold off for some Walking Dead with better footing.

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In a world taken over by robots, you may find yourself sympathizing with the droids over the people you are forced to be around.

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It may be old-fashioned in its design, but The Uncertain: Light at the End has enough charm to see you through its five-or-so hour adventure.

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