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Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

Rating Summary

Based on 26 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

32%

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Based on 26 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCApr 10, 2015

Developers: Daedalic Entertainment, Fictiorama Studios

Genre: Adventure

A dying reality, a universe that’s fading away. A merciless world that gets sick and vanishes. No past, no present, no future; only the impending moment of “dead synchronicity” ahead. Will you be able to stop it? Because, otherwise... what will you do when Time dissolves itself?

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Areajugones

8 / 10.0
Víctor Rodríguez

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today arrives to Nintendo Switch keeping alive its essence. It does not have any new content for those who have already played the game, but it is perfect for those who have not tried the amazing Fictiorama adventure.

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TheSixthAxis

6 / 10
TheSixthAxis

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is a game that is quite hard to judge. On the one hand the art style, atmosphere, and interesting story premise are things that are worth experiencing. However the pacing of the puzzles can be frustrating, especially when what would appear to be the obvious solutions don't work in a world where regular logic usually applies. It is a very well crafted title and the effort of the team can be seen. At the same time the puzzles are as infuriating as the atmosphere is brilliant.

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IGN Spain

7.8 / 10.0
IGN Spain

Dead Synchronicity is back one year later, and keeps the original experiencie unaltered. A great adaptation to the pad controls and a good oportunity for the PS4 players to go inside this distopic tale.

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Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Unscored
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

So it's such a galling shame that the game lets itself down so badly. A collection of poor puzzles is frustrating (one in particular required me to email the developer to get past), but forgivable in this lovely daft genre.

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