SYMMETRY

IMGN.PRO, Sleepless Clinic

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
63
Top Critic Average
13%
Critics Recommend
Based on 15 critic reviews
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SYMMETRY

Rating Summary

Based on 15 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

63

Top Critic Average

13%

Critics Recommend

Based on 15 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 20, 2018
Xbox OneFeb 23, 2018
PCFeb 20, 2018

Developers: IMGN.PRO, Sleepless Clinic

A research spaceship reaches an abandoned planet. Nothing is what it seems here and the situation quickly slips out of control. Can the crew manage to survive and get back home? SYMMETRY is a survival management game set in a retro- futuristic, sci-fi universe. Your main goal is to manage the crash survivors and help them withstand the desolate, extremely cold environment in order to fix their spacecraft and escape. The non- obvious plot is accompanied by an atmospheric musical score and graphic design that sustains the harsh and mysterious ambience. Survivors’ life functions crucial to their existence, such as eating, resting and mental health need to be taken care of. Extreme circumstances may force crew members to develop new skills like botanics or power plant operations, that weren't necessary in their Earthly life. Gathering all the parts required to repair the spaceship becomes a race against time, as extreme weather conditions and life-threatening supernatural activities become more and more present. Vector graphics give the game a feeling of mystery and severity of the deserted world. Using dimmed and pastel colors throughout the scenery creates a sense of remoteness from reality and builds an unreal atmosphere of the landscape. FEATURES: Base micro-management in extremely hostile conditions Randomly assigned crew members with different skills and stories in each gameplay Different needs to satisfy: nutrition, physical condition and mental health Non-obvious sci-fi plot Ominous presence of the Symmetrical World Moral choices – collectivism vs individualism Unique vector graphics and ambient sound setting High replay-ability and various strategies to beat the game Survival game mode unlocked once the main mission is accomplished

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SYMMETRY Reviews

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While Symmetry has an appealing art style, and an intriguing story, it doesn't have the gameplay to hold attention

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SYMMETRY is a tough survival management game telling an intriguing story about a crew stranded on a mysterious and inhospitable planet. The gameplay is addictive and rewarding, with enough randomised elements to make each story replay different and an alternate Survival mode for players wanting an extra challenge.

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Generación Xbox

Joan Vidal
5.7 / 10.0
Generación Xbox

Symmetry is a time management survival game set in a post-apocalyptic world. The excessive difficulty and the little reward to the player makes the playing experience less enjoyable.

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Symmetry has an interesting gameplay that combines resource management with a survival game. It has a minimalistic art style that we liked very much. But it's high difficulty will make you lose your patience really fast. In some occasions you'll feel that the game is being unjust with you, no matter how well you think you're playing.

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