Reviews and Problems with Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason
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21 September 2012
Summary: This game i found to be slow to start but as the game wore on it became addicting. The story line was beautiful and this game had me jumping in my seat at certain times in the game. Overall it was a great game
Summary: It's not for everyone. I thought long and hard before spending money on this game but I was surprisingly impressed. This is probably the scariest game you will ever play that manages to exclude even a drop of blood.
Summary: I just finished playing the game four times. The story is the deepest and most mystical of any game I've played to date. I'm 53 years old and I love and cherish a good storyline. I'm looking forward to playing the game on a very cold day in the winter so that it will be more engrossing.
Summary: You know, I live in Ukraine(country where this game was made), An to my mind Criostatis is the best game of the gaming companies in our country. I know that it requires good computer system but however here are the best monster appearing, cold effects and story giving that I saw.
Summary: Having purchased Necrovision I decided to go for an enclosed environment horror game at a reasenable price & having discarded my alternative choice of Darkfall Lightsout The Director`s Cut (on the grounds of being to simple & juvenile) I opted for Cryostasis, the net is full of woe regarding getting...
Summary: Being one of the few games to utilise PhysX the atmosphere in this game is stunning when run on high settings with good sound quality. This is a fresh take on First person and you can find that Cryostasis is rather absorbing as well as making you jump from time to time.
Summary: Unlike the reviewer below, playing this game on a decent PC is a mindblowing experience in terror. Like all good horror movies - and proper scary games like Bioshock - it is slow to build, using tension at first before the shock tactics kick in.