The story of Michael, a man who must recover his identity and decode the two events that brought the world to the edge of collapse. The first one is the so-called “Great Wave,” an inexplicable chain of natural disasters. The second is a pandemic that turned humans into “the Dissolved,” infected beings that eventually dissolve into blood.
The art style [of Dead Synchronicity is] simply amazing; it conveys the tone of ‘The New World’ perfectly and gives a distinctive charm to every scene.
Dead Synchronicity provides narrative and mechanics with no shame in showing how hard and raw humanity could be and how beautiful a graphical adventure is.
Dead Synchronicity is back one year later, and keeps the original experience unaltered. A great adaptation to the pad controls and a good opportunity for the PS4 players to go inside this dystopian tale.
Fictiorama surprise us through a postapocaliptic plot that leaves no place for hope. Nice visuals and interesting puzzles make the negative aspects of the game less noticeable, and point & click fans will discover that there is room for the genre in consoles.
A surprisingly strong adventure game with a plot that will push you through some of its more ambiguous puzzles, perhaps the biggest downside to Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is that there needs to be more of it. This story ends just as it’s getting started, but while it persists, you’ll be pulled into its haunting landscape, where every person you encounter runs the risk of being reduced to a puddle of matter on the floor.
If Dead Synchronicity sounds intriguing (it did to me when I first heard about it), playing the game should be done at your own risk. This game has no ending. The conclusion is thoroughly unsatisfying and because I have no idea what the future looks like for this game on the platform, I’m at a loss to offer much in the way of a recommendation
In light of this incomplete content, the fact that it’s being be sold without this information up front feels disingenuous, and prevents me from being able to recommend it to anyone. Dead Synchronicity is dead on arrival.
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