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TARTARUS

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

58

Top Critic Average

33%

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Game Information

Available on:PCNov 21, 2017

Developer: Abyss Gameworks

Genre: First-Person Shooter

In the year of 2230, Mining and Research vessel Tartarus (MRS TARTARUS 220478) activates the security protocol near Neptune without any sign. The only chance for crew to survive is to reach the Bridge and restart all systems one by one before the ship crashes into Neptune. We are playing as Cooper(cook and miner of the ship) who has no education or training about electronics or pilotage; to overcome this, vessels engineer ''Andrews'' is helping us as much as he can. Though it's not as easy as it sounds...

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TARTARUS - Teaser Trailer II

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Tartarus Gameplay Trailer

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Tartarus shows off some excellent puzzles aboard a disappointingly empty spaceship, but it's usually more charming than frustrating.

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Tartarus' few good ideas are outweighed by the frustrating puzzle design and lackluster plot, giving you little reason to keep playing.

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Tartarus doesn't quite deliver the experience it's aiming for.

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The debut game of Abyss Gameworks has some very nice and unique ideas but fails to deliver its full potential. The fact that it makes you ask for more means Abyss Gamesworks is on the right track and I'm quite sure we'll see some bigger games from them in the future.

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