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Narcosis Trailer 2: "#toomuchwater"
Critic Reviews for Narcosis
Narcosis tells a grounded, emotional, and surprising story, but you have to wade through a lot of plodding moments to see it through
Narcosis' voice acting and writing might hold water but the outdated visuals, laughable horror, and poor gameplay weigh the game down and cause it to sink faster than a corpse with cinder block shoes.
Narcosis is a suffocating experience in the bottom of the ocean. An interesting game, but it feels a little incomplete in some ways, including its length.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
A great VR horror experience with clever narration and excellent audio. The game can be played tradizionally, without an HMD, but it loses 90% of its charm.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Narcosis is a shining example of a virtual reality psychological thriller done right, and a is must play for any horror junkie.
A good set of headphones or a full surround-sound system is highly recommended for Narcosis.
There's not much I can say about Narcosis. It was too short of an experience to really gather a lot for it. At the same time, this was made for VR and I'm sure if I had played it in VR it would have had a bigger effect on me. Unfortunately, while this is supposed to be a horror game, I never once jumped or was creeped out.
Narcosis isn't much of a game, but it is an amazing, immersive horror that everyone should experience.