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rose-engine, Humble Games
Oct 27, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC

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92 / 100
3 / 5
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8 / 10
8 / 10
9.5 / 10
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83 / 100
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Critic Reviews for Signalis

A sapphic, sci-fi fever dream that finds horror and beauty among the stars, Signalis is dense and alluring to the last.

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Tense, haunting and beautiful. Inventory shenanigans aside, one of the best survival horror games yet.

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Signalis conjures a memorable retro-futuristic vibe with its art design, matched with a story that explores the terrifying extremes of sentient life. But its Resident Evil inspired systems feel overly mechanical and fail to produce tension, draining energy from a potentially chilling scenario.

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A stylish replication of survival horror's roots, which manages to capture and refresh the unsettling horrors of the genre's 90s origins.

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Signalis is a nostalgic haunt that knows exactly where it came from but still dares to forge ahead, too.

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A hallmark of excellence. There may be flaws, but they are negligible and won't cause massive damage.

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If you are a lover of classic survival horror, you will enjoy a great adventure, familiar and at the same time fresh, and that reinvents with enough intelligence all the tropes of the genre: limited inventory, enemies that return, puzzles that invite you to explore... All with a beautiful pixel art and a retrofuturistic entity that they fall in love with.

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Steve C
8 / 10

Signalis is a thought-provoking and atmospheric title that is a genuine standout for fans of the more cerebral elements of survival horror, although one that does require you to look past some of its more dated aspects.

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