Injection π23 'No Name, No Number' Reviews

Injection π23 'No Name, No Number' is ranked in the 5th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
5.5 / 10.0
Oct 19, 2020

Injection Pi 23 maintains all the elements of a Survival Horror, but does not mix them masterfully.

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2 / 10
Jan 25, 2020

Playing this is the videogame equivalent of drinking cobra venom. There is nothing to be gained, probably is bad for your health, and should only be done as a dare.

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60 / 100
Jul 25, 2019

Injection π23 - No Name, No Number, has a proposal that could be very different from the others horrors title. It has problems with mechanics in general, graphics and monsters design. But some people could like this bizarre thing.

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6 / 10.0
Sep 22, 2020

This limited survival horror, has a grotesque cast of enemies and good puzle, while the game technically is flawed the save system is terrible to deal with. It is worth a check mainly due to the atmosphere.

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Jun 17, 2019

Injection Pi23 is an old school game, with all the necessary ingredients in any good survival horror like survival, terror, limited objects, tension ... Despite its technical limitations, we find one of the best games of the current generation. Having everything unlocked will take us about 60 hours, although the first time you play it it won't take more than 20-22 hours.

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90 / 100
Jul 1, 2019

Injection π23 'No Name, No Number' does not hide its references, its indie game character, or its love for detail. If you miss these types of games, of course the quality / price ratio of the title that we are dealing with could hardly be better. Do not hesitate to give it a try if you want to have a good time ... or a bad time, depending on how you look at it.

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7.3 / 10.0
Jun 30, 2019

Injection π 23 ‘No name No number’ is a game that has many great ideas but ultimately doesn’t quite land them all as effectively as I hoped for. Although, the monsters are genuinely horrifying and there are some super creepy set pieces that make scouring through the claustrophobic alleys of Malaga a haunting experience. The difficulty will be a huge turnoff for many players, but for a game with multiple modes, tons of replayability and a lengthy campaign, the game is so cheap at £7.99 that it’s definitely worth a go.

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