All That Remains

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All That Remains is a 90s inspired eerily atmospheric adventure narrative that lets you experience one man’s experience as he comes to terms with his his final moments on an abandoned Earth. When is it too late to make the right choices? When our planet has been damaged beyond repair and society has moved on those that stay behind must come to terms with their decisions while suffering a poisonous smog and the aggressive privatization of a world left behind in this post-apocalyptic alternate history. An engaging interactive narrative/walking simulator. A deep and original narrative told through the world and your memories. Stealth and exploration elements seamlessly blended into experiential game play. Original score featuring 6 unique tracks. Short and sweet (40-60 minute play time).
Release date
Nov 10, 2017
Elysian Games
Elysian Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6870, 1 GB / GeForce GTX 460, 768 MB
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660 TI 3GB or higher
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
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Microsoft from French
How do I get started? Good or bad game? Red or blue rating.... What should I do? But it will have to be sliced and there hot I do not know too much. Here you are transported in a walking Simulator, where you play as John, a character of which you know nothing, you fall into history as a hair will fall unluckily in the soup... A wooded Lake, a woman's voice-surely your own-you say it is a peaceful place to grow... Pregnant certainly... Then it's the fog, dense, thick... this one is so heavy that it bites your eyes throughout the game and there we hesitate: to continue to torture or to stop. My tenacity and curiosity have prevailed, but I assure you that it stings and not only a little, and this is for me the big negative point of this game. For the story, well I remember having completed another Simulator a few moments ago and that started in exactly the same way: memories that were in the course of our progress, a lake and a playful woman and then a walk in a dark and post apocalyptic universe , except that this one was much more interresting and appealing. Here the story is not very long, nor very profound, moreover I always wonder what happened, where comes this fog, why this guy gets killed in front of me and who is he??? Throughout this course, I felt no attachment to the character, no sensation either, no fear, no compassion, no sadness, or any event raising me a smile, just one: "uh, the path is blocked by here, too, where do I have to pass? " When the fog finally dissipates (for a few seconds), it lets discover graphics not too badly realized but not breathtaking, the soundtrack is very nice and relaxing, and the few voices of actors well interpreted. at the level of the gameplay, it is to be regretted that one can not interfere with some (very very few) elements of the decor, like opening doors, getting into the House... Apart from walking, there are a few phases of infiltration consisting of sneaking around without being spotted by the military. The game ends in just under an hour. I do not think I will recommend this game to my Entourage because its history lacks content and has nothing original, it is a title that I would have already forgotten in a few days, and even if I enjoyed the music and the infiltration side, this game is too expensive for what I It is. verdict: it is up to you to make your own opinion, if it is solded for a few cents why not, but there at €1.99 today and at €3.99 in normal time and quite frankly go elsewhere there are much better. If you want more ratings visit my curation page
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