Disjunction

Ape Tribe Games, Sold Out Software

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
69
Top Critic Average
42%
Critics Recommend
Based on 33 critic reviews
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Disjunction

Rating Summary

Based on 33 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

42%

Critics Recommend

Based on 33 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:Xbox Series X/SJan 28, 2021
PlayStation 5Jan 28, 2021
Nintendo SwitchJan 28, 2021
PCJan 28, 2021
Xbox OneJan 28, 2021
PlayStation 4Jan 28, 2021

Developer: Ape Tribe Games

Publisher: Sold Out Software

Genres: RPG, Action, Arcade

2048. Following the arrest of a prominent community leader, New York stands in disarray. Suspicions and allegations run rife throughout the city, as an insidious drug known as ‘Shard’ spreads throughout the underworld. With the city’s future in doubt, three hardened citizens rise to discover the truth and uncover a conspiracy threatening to alter the city’s fate. Inspired by tech noir classics, Disjunction is an intensely atmospheric stealth-action RPG that follows a trinity of interwoven narratives, and features a reactive story where your actions have real, persistent consequences. Choose your playstyle and use an arsenal of futuristic tech, cybernetic upgrades and weapons to blast through levels in brutally fast combat, or take a silent approach by using stealth and non-lethal takedowns to leave without a trace. Nobody needs to die… unless you decide they must.

Disjunction Critic Reviews

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An eerie, hypnotic sleuther - and a cracking first effort from a miniature team.

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A compelling story and speedy stealth make up for Disjunction's less even moments.

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7 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A surprisingly deep and absorbing cyberpunk stealth-action role-player that transcends its low-tech visuals and basic presentation.

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“Disjunction” sounds like a made-up word, but it is used to describe something that has a “lack of correspondence or consistency,” according to the dictionary. And that is an apt description of this game that wears this word as its name. It attempts to blend two diametrically opposed gameplay systems — a novel concept — but does so sloppily, resulting in a disjointed, discordant, and disappointing experience that substitutes repetition for depth. Hotline Miami and Metal Gear deserve to be fused together to form some sort of upgraded cyborg, but the two have just been haphazardly fused into a mass of bloody flesh and rusty metal that’s better off left in either a biohazardous waste bag or the scrap heap.

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