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Asemblance

Rating Summary

Based on 23 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

58

Top Critic Average

24%

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Based on 23 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jun 21, 2016

Developer: Nilo Studios

Genre: Interactive Story

Asemblance is a single-player, first-person, psychological thriller.

You wake to find yourself trapped inside an experimental machine.
A machine built to simulate memories.
You have no idea how you got here...
But to break the cycle, you must look into a past that you may not want to remember.
An AI voice guides you. But can this voice be trusted? Are you sure these simulated memories are your own?

Asemblance is the first episode of an expansive franchise inspired by The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, and the Black Mirror television series.

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GameSpot

5 / 10
GameSpot

Asemblance promises plenty of drama, but can’t deliver.

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Destructoid

4.5 / 10.0
Destructoid

It's just a shame there isn't way more game here. If this truly is the start of a franchise, I'd potentially be up for more titles, but I can't deny how much this sparse pilot entry leaves me wanting.

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TheSixthAxis

5 / 10
Jim Hargreaves

Some parts of the Asemblance are executed incredibly well, but having clocked in at just over an hour, it’s a tough one to recommend. Those who enjoy tearing apart this specific type of interactive thriller will have a ball searching every detailed nook and cranny for fresh clues, while the majority of gamers simply “won’t get it”. Either way, we’re intrigued to see where Nilo goes next and whether its ambitions for a landmark narrative series can actually materialise.

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God is a Geek

4.5 / 10.0
God is a Geek

The here and now of Asemblance leaves you with more questions than answers, and not in the way Nilo intended.

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