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INDUSTRIA is not a bad game, it is even rather not bad for a first try, especially with only two people behind.
Review in French | Read full review
Industria could be a very interesting game, but it lacks depth, length, fun gunplay and a proper ending.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Industria lacks polish and isn't very long, but it's a well-made, interesting first-person shooter created with some clear talent.
INDUSTRIA makes a strong start and raises a range of questions that follow its strange events but fail to take advantage of these elements and end puzzlingly without answering most of those questions.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Considering the 4-hour gameplay time and price tag, the cookie can be called a game. You can still expect some more discounts.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
Even with its artwork and personality, INDUSTRIA is a game that leaves us with a very bittersweet taste.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Short, solid and enjoyable, Industria’s price tag is the only real point of contention, but regardless of whatever price is paid, there’s a good game to be had.
Industria doesn’t outstay its welcome, but it could have done with more narrative meat on its bones, especially for the ending. It sets up a fascinating world I was interested to learn about, and left me eager for more. The shooting is nicely satisfying and the robot design is appropriately unnerving, meaning the dark hallways of the buildings of Hakavik always felt atmospheric and spooky. It needs some more patches to make the performance adequate, but I will be very interested to see what Bleakmill does next. I hope we’ll return to the world of Industria in the future.
Industria looks decent, has a lot of interesting ideas for itself. However, this does not change the fact that this is a title for one evening.
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