Summary: The approach to wether to buy this game is fairly simple: Look at the screenshots. State how they breathe with atmosphere and probably form something like a desolate first person puzzle exploration game filled with mysteries. Play the trailer and confirm that assumption.
Summary: Not bad game, but I hoped for more. Pros: There are new things that I haven't seen before in other games, sometimes there is really atmospheric, but: the game has very simple graphic, this world lacks of details, and isn't living and many locations are quite empty.
Summary: Atmospheric is the first word that comes to mind when I think about Kairo. Huge monuments and empty structures, eerie sounds, discovering the secret of what's going on. I enjoyed playing this quite a bit even just walking around discovering the world.
Summary: Kairo surprised me, from the trailer it looked like there wasn't a lot to the game but in fact it was a world filled with wonder and awe. The basic graphics allow it to instead shock you with the sense of scale and loneliness of architecture.
Summary: Let's start with cons: - Terrible controls: looking around feels either too sudden or too slow, moving and jumping sometimes feels weird - Textures are cool but they look way too much tiled - Cannot look straight up or straight down - Maybe a little more variety/attention on backgorund music and...
Summary: Kairo is a puzzler game with a deep story to it that is conveyed in a way without speech or reading. A story where by you explore the vast huge expanses in this strange lost world fixing these old relics of machinery. All hinting towards the under-story of the game.
Summary: An unusual but very interesting game. It comes off as a more benign version of the some of the odd worlds you read about in H.P. Lovecraft circles. Strange buildings, odd colors for what one is used too, and while I have not gotten that far yet, I find it almost relaxing in a way.
Summary: Kairo is an atmospheric, mysterious exploration game set in some vast, desolate monuments, seemingly from another dimension. The minimalistic environments, in all their simplicity, are breathtaking.