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Available on:PCOct 23, 2017

Developer: Moonray Studios

Genre: Adventure

You’re part of a small team sent to film a promotional video for a groundbreaking discovery: meteoric debris embedded deep in Arctic ice that provides clean, hyper-efficient energy. But as your dive begins, several explosions create a powerful current that drags you and your team down, trapping everyone in a vast network of submerged glacial caverns.Escape together or die alone Stranded at the bottom, injured and running out of time, your only hope for survival is to reach the surface. But the journey through the depths is full of unexpected trials. You and your team will fight your way through hostile creatures in increasingly confusing and dangerous environments. But something else is going on. Things aren’t right, they don’t add up, and before you know it the truth comes into question. As you fight your way to safety, you’ll need to figure out what’s behind this surreal world and your desperate situation. Knowing will make all the difference. Includes... Deep storylines dramatically impacted by the choices you make Single-player and co-op modes A unique underwater setting like nothing you’ve ever seen Stunning graphics with dynamic ice and alien bioluminescence Living creatures with their own domains, desires and attitudes Futuristic weapons and a robotic squid Featuring... A mysterious story that leaves you questioning everything Living, breathing characters brought to life through stage-directed voice acting A stirringly eerie soundtrack that ebbs and flows as you play Lifelike creature animations that with leave you breathless Unscripted game mechanics that make every playthrough unique A massive environment the size of Manhattan that takes hours to explore

Debris Critic Reviews

Debris has good ideas, but fails miserably when it puts them into practice. Underwater survival and a plot that are quite interesting are not enough to compensate the poor AI and gameplay.

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If you don’t mind minimal visuals for an interesting story, Debris is worth checking out.

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The basis of the game is great, I love underwater survival style games, and while this one doesn't have any survival gameplay mechanics per-say it most certainly is a story about your survival.

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