Deliver Us The Moon
Deliver Us the Moon manages to amalgamate the sci-fi thriller concept with a third-person adventure in an entertaining way. The gameplay structure is too basic and almost chained to the usual stylistic elements seen and revised. Unfortunately, this penalizes the final result.
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You won’t mistake Deliver Us The Moon for a bleeding edge graphical powerhouse, but it looks very good. At least as good as other hit games in the genre. It’s amazing how good a relatively small dev team can get a 3D exploration game looking.
Deliver Us the Moon is quite good in its narrative design and its atmosphere. The only real crux with this game is that it just needed some finer tuning when it came to difficulty and glitches. In the end, it's still a good game to take a chance on, if not just for what it makes you feel along the journey it proposes.
Deliver Us The Moon mirrors humanity's history of space travel: the successes are incredible, but it's failures can't be overlooked.
Deliver Us The Moon redeems the troubled Early Access launch of this 3D adventure game, providing an experience that feels like playing a movie without sacrificing gameplay.
Deliver Us the Moon is a surprisingly emotional story about the indomitability of the human spirit and the sacrifices of the few for the many.
Overall, Deliver Us The Moon is a game that could benefit greatly from another two to three hours of content. As it stands, I would only recommend the game if you don't mind short walking simulators with basic gameplay, or if you could get it during a Steam sale for cheaper than the $25 price tag.
With a beautiful marriage of puzzles, story, graphics and sound, Deliver Us the Moon is a unique exploration game that anyone with a fascination with space will enjoy.
A narrative journey through space so intriguing and full of compelling puzzles that it easily papers over some minor cracks in execution and major leaps it asks the player to make.
Deliver Us The Moon tells a story of a troubling future that humanity may face in the decades to come, it focuses on the struggles of the individual and the group in an interesting way, keep in mind though that the gameplay is limited and there are several technical shortcomings.
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