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7th Sector

Носков Сергей, Sometimes You
Mar 5, 2019 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critic Reviews for 7th Sector

The story delivers a nice payoff at the end, making the difficult puzzles worth the time

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Even if you have a passing interest in puzzle games, I do think you'd enjoy 7th Sector as it's different enough to stand out, with an interesting story that will keep you playing through to the end

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If you're into this brand of weird, wordless narrative adventures, it could be worth wiring up to 7th Sector.

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7th Sector's atmospheric and immersive puzzle elements add a unique spin on the puzzle-platformer genre.

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7th Sector is around 3 hours of not so fun experience; one that made lots of mistakes in designing puzzles, levels, and its narrative.

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7th Sector is an immersive, atmospheric puzzle game and despite some frustrating puzzles it’s well worth checking out.

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As far as atmospheric 2D puzzle-solving adventure games go, 7th Sector offers a mostly middle-of-the-road experience.

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For the most part, 7th Sector breaks down into a decent first half where you play as a ghost traveling almost entirely along wires as a shining point of energy, bridging gaps and powering machinery through puzzle-solving in order to progress, and a second half that sees you possessing various types of robots and fighting through some ill-advised action sequences. There’s a complete and utter refusal to explain what the puzzles are asking of you that can be refreshing at first—if only because so many games hold your hand—but this charm wears off as a direct result of the finicky action sequences.

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