Alter Vú – Dead Reckoning – Game Review for IOS
Alter Vú – Dead Reckoning is a beautiful concept game, it sort of reminds me of the play style within “Layers of Fear” which is a game I thoroughly enjoy. I’ve been looking over the Dev Walk-through video of Alter Vú – Dead Reckoning while playing the game myself on my IPhone and it was very helpful. Though as I play a lot of similar games it was a walk in the park and pretty smooth to get familiarized with the methods of how things worked.
I love the story in Alter Vu, it’s beautiful; it plays out well with the art and music in the background. Of course I did run into a few hiccups but it was probably just simple net related issues, but all out right this game so far is one I enjoy a lot. It’s creepy, very mysterious and simple to follow through; love it.
Rating (1-5 Stars): 4.5 stars
About the Game:
Alter Vú is a first person, point and click adventure that explores the concept that we all walk different paths.
We are the sum of our experiences. The term ‘Alter Vú’ refers to a person recalling a story differently. They are aware things are developing in a different way around them. Many believe that this type of feeling has to do with memories of other versions of ourselves, in parallel or alternate worlds.
How do we react when everything we’ve grown to believe, devolves into confusion, mystery, fear?
What’s left of this world, is yours to explore.
- An homage to games long past where difficulty is high, choice has consequence and little is linear.
- A darker than average, point and click, mystery, horror, adventure game.
- A deep story with split paths, multiple endings which encourages you to interpret and decipher as you go.