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Game Information

Available on:PCOct 21, 2016

Developer: Farsky Interactive

Genres: Adventure, Third-Person Shooter

Humanity is threatened. A deadly virus is rapidly spreading. The particular flora of Arcania, a planet once used by humans for space colonization, may help in the creation of a cure. But the planet has been abandoned ever since working drones turned against humans. A group of researchers has been sent to this planet to find a solution. You are one of them. But as you arrived, your spaceship crashed… Mechas are wild and are used to living in the storm. You must fight some of them for your survival, but they are often stronger than you are. Your best chance of survival is to hack some of those mechas and use them as allies to defeat the others. The more combats you win, the more fragments you earn. They can be used to evolve your mechas' strength and skills. But you can also find some during exploration. Your character can also improve its capabilities. The weather is a major threat. You must deal with lightning strikes, tornadoes, and other elements in order to make your way through the storm. You will be able to activate old installations used to ionize the air and stop the storm within an area. Thankfully an old abandoned station that sits above the clouds provides good shelter. You have access to your spaceship early in the game, but you do not have enough fuel to leave the planet. It is impossible to land in the storm, but once you have unlocked some weather controllers, you will be able to quickly travel across the map and save a lot of time.
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Reviews

Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Unscored
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

If you’re after something light-hearted, gentle, and surface level to take your mind off a busy day, it’s charming and a breeze.

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TechRaptor

6.5 / 10.0
TechRaptor

Sky Break will pale in comparison to any larger open world game, but for it's size, it packs a lot of power.

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