So, in retrospect, is Omikron worth the dollar of the average poor computer gamer? I think so. It has a few rather minor glitches, but in general, this is a very solid game, with a very involving story line, different modes of play (adventure/fight/shoot/swim, though the latter is fairly redundant – they should’ve incorporated the swim controls into the adventure mode… probably the two modes were written by different teams, or something), the most complex city model I’ve seen in a game so far. The idea of a soul that can travel to different bodies makes it even more enjoyable, since you have to work on improving your fighting style with other characters, too. If I had one complaint about the game, it would probably be the savepoint + cost per save idea… but I suppose that’s life. Fortunately, savepoints aren’t excessively rare, and you do tend to collect a good number of Magic Rings, so you should theoretically be fine.