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Soul Axiom

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Based on 31 critic reviews
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Available on:PlayStation 4Jun 7, 2016
Xbox One2016
Wii U2016
PCFeb 29, 2016

Developer: Wales Interactive Ltd.

Genres: Puzzle, Adventure

From the indie games studio that brought you Master Reboot comes a new first-person sci-fi adventure game that will take you on a journey through the deepest, darkest recesses of your soul. Soul Axiom is a psychological thriller, combining elements of exploration and puzzle solving gameplay with a compelling storyline.

Explore Soul Axiom’s rich environments and immersive story to unravel the mystery of your life, and your digital afterlife. You will be taken on an intriguing voyage of discovery, through beautiful, haunting locations, facing challenges that will lead you into danger on your mission to unlock your identity, your story, your mystery. But beware: some mysteries are better left unsolved.

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55 / 100
James Davenport

Despite an impressive variety in art direction and environments, Soul Axiom's puzzle design is shallow and frustrating.

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2.5 / 10.0

Overall, Soul Axiom is a painful experience.

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3 / 10

Having played a few of Wales Interactive games, Soul Axiom is a disappointing release from a studio that is capable of better. Muddled in with the disjointed story and an uninteresting cast of characters, there are a few glimpses of genius design that only serve to highlight the lacklustre moments that surround them. Soul Axiom tries to discuss the subject of the soul, but doesn't have one itself.

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45 / 100

clearly the developers were influenced by Bioshock: Infinite, just don't expect a game even remotely close in quality

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