Beholder: Complete Edition
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Beholder is a rare breed of game. It's a dark, gritty theme with the odd comical moment and a hint of strategy all crammed together around moral, game-changing options and outcomes. I love it! If you have played Papers, Please and enjoy that style of gameplay, imagine that along with a hotel simulator and a TellTale game and you kind of get Beholder. The game has a lot of replay value, not just for trophies but also to see how people react to different options and how different choices play out.
Beholder: Complete Edition is a game that is worthy of your time and money, and I had an absolute blast playing. There are several endings you can reach and many ways you can handle each situation. The decisions you make will impact the endings, so if you want to see everything you'll need to play nice/be the bad guy and alternate as needed.
This is an amazing game not only in telling a unique perspective, but being fascinating to work through.
Beholder is a straightforward game which puts the player in a very uncomfortable position and toys with his emotions.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Spying on your neighbors has never been so fun and enjoyable. Even though the game gets empty and monotonous at its end, taking complicated decisions and suffering with its consequences turn Beholder Complete Edition into great fun.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Players looking for a unique experience that has bits of Fallout Shelter crossed with The Sims will find a game that is move-in ready!
Spying on your neighbours and rummaging through their belongings has never been as fun and stressful as it is in Beholder: Complete Edition. The game has some minor blemishes when it comes to tasks and time limits, but the Complete Edition of Beholder is still an incredibly unique and enjoyable totalitarian experience.
Beholder: Complete Edition is a surprisingly challenging experience, but is still a fantastic game.
A good game that will make us think about our way of acting. A very good point and click for the Xbox catalog.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
I was pleasantly surprised and impressed by this game. Despite flaws, I would say it's certainly worth a download.