Summary: Even if at times by the idea of being made in a "handicraft" way, Master Reboot is an adventure game with a great breath, suspended between platforming, exploration and puzzle; and like a puzzle is also embedded the story, engaging and well-written, it becomes clear gradually with advancing levels, all equipped with strong atmosphere and unique emotions (in the library's level I had to pause to make up for the strong feeling of claustrophobia).
Summary: This is a mystery adventure game with an intriguing storyline. The graphics have an excellent design used to pull you into the game world, however the implementation fails in some areas being overly simplistic and sometimes comically cartoonish instead of darkly symbolic. Some additional textures, details, polygon count and shading would have gone a long way but most areas do look good and provide an excellent experiences. The sound is pretty good.
Summary: The game is OK. The atmosphere is cool a bit scary and just different than in most games. You slowly discover the story of main character by solving puzzles and sometimes avoiding or escaping something. Maybe it's not worth it's price but the game is still good.
Summary: Behind the really peaceful atmosphere lurks a dark, creepy presence. This game caught my eye when I saw it on Steam. The trailer showed an interesting set-up, people being able to upload their memories to a digital database called the Soul Cloud where they could be relived and eventually lived in when that person dies. Then I saw something, a scary presence shown in the trailer. It was enough for me to buy the game, and I must say, great time playing it.