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Summary100 % pure atmosphere
The GoodThe music is one of the best I've heard in a game in a long time (I recommend you play this game with headphones), the city and characters really give you the feeling of a future, gray, decaying city (fitting the game's cyberpunk orientation). The main character, Ryan, is deep and well developed, something rarely seen in computer games nowadays. He really seems to have a personality of his own and is a sort of "anti-hero" (or reluctant hero).
The BadThe top-down graphics aren't good for ANY adventure game, this not only leads to many frustrating pixel-hunting, but also detracts from the immersive factor that's predominant in this game. The huge amount of items you can pick up: while this is good because it adds realism to the game, it is a double-edged sword; because makes the puzzle solving much more difficult. The game playing window is, for some unknown reason, very small. And the game's too short (once you know what to do you can finish it in less than 2 hours)