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Genre: Indie
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Release Date:
May 2019
Friday, 22 May 2020
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:46pm 22/05/20 | 0 Comments
It made our Top 10 list last year for good reason, Observation is a brilliant slice of sci-fi that puts you in the role of a space station's AI in a narrative riff on 2001: A Space Odyssey. Released on PC as an Epic Games Store exclusive, it's now available on Steam and GOG. Which makes this a friendly reminder - if you haven't checked out Observation yet, be sure to do just that.

Here's a new trailer that does well to set the tone, mood, and still stunning presentation.

As per our review.
Observation resonates primarily because of how it uses its interactivity and presentation. Playing a role and being there as a part of it all even elevates even some of the weaker narrative moments. From the visual effects to the detailed space station to the ambient music and even the animation of Emma herself, Observation is a triumph in both design and calculated execution.

And with the game currently 50% off, it's a bargain at ~ $17.95 across Steam and
Thursday, 23 May 2019
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:11pm 23/05/19 | 0 Comments
Heading into our review of Devolver Digital and developer No Code's Observation we had seen the trailer, with its wonderfully detailed recreation of a space station and hints at some sort of survival story being told. After completing the game, it's safe to say that this riff on 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the best pure sci-fi things we've seen or played in a long while.

With often exceptional writing and pacing, Observation excels due to the presentation built around this setting; as you take direct control over various space station cameras, moving around modules and interacting with systems. This then evolves to taking direct control of a spherical robot where at times you can leave the confines of the game’s International Space Station setting to move about its exterior. With video artefacts, vertical hold effects, analog and digital noise, varying FOV levels, and more, each visual flourish adds to the feeling of being there at a real space station floating in orbit – as an AI no less.

Click Here to Read Our Full Observation Review