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Downward Spiral: Horus Station

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Downward Spiral: Horus Station takes players through a lost vessel abandoned by its crew with a complete focus on visual storytelling for single player or two player online co-op. Players will have to piece together the plot through observation and interpretation as they navigate the derelict space station's environmental storytelling, accompanied by the electronic ambient soundtrack composed by platinum selling HIM frontman Ville Valo.

Solving the mystery of the space station will require the player to choose to engage or explore. In engage mode eliminate threats using the ship's maintenance hardware - like bolt throwers, thrusters, rail guns, grappling magnet and arc welders. In explore mode the stations threats will no longer be hostile, leaving the puzzles and atmosphere to find the truth of why Horus Station has been left drifting in space. In addition to Horus Station’s story campaign, there’s eight-player PvP and PvE multiplayer modes including Deathmatch and Horde.

Downward Spiral: Horus Station is also playable in stunning virtual reality for HTC Vive, Oculus Touch, Oculus Gamepad and Windows Mixed Reality for unparalleled immersion.

• Atmospheric and mysterious solo or two player online co-op zero-g sci-fi thriller
• A complete environmental storytelling experience without dialogue or cinematics
• Totally new way to experience movement in zero g
• Electronic ambient soundtrack composed by platinum selling HIM frontman Ville Valo
• Range of bolt throwers, rail guns, grappling magnets and electro magnetic devices to use against threats
• Optional Explorer mode that completely removes threats leaving the story and puzzles
• 8 player zero g deathmatch and horde modes
• Playable in Flat or VR mode

Release date
3rd Eye Studios Oy
3rd Eye Studios
3rd Eye Studios
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PlayStation 4

System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows™ 10
  • Processor: Intel™ Core™ i5-4590 or AMD FX™ 8350, equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce™ GTX 970 or AMD Radeon™ R9 290, equivalent or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 64 Bit
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows™ 10
  • Processor: Intel™ Core™ i5-4590 or AMD FX™ 8350, equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce™ GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon™ RX 480, equivalent or better.
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 64 Bit
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Downward Spiral: Horus Station reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Unfortunately, I can't recommend the Game. Compared to a Top Game like Lone Echo, it seems lifeless and drying. The Movement concept is okay and you don't get Motion Sickness, but with Thrusters like in LE it would be better. The Fights appear superimposed and superfluous. Admittedly, you can also play the Game without Any threats, but then the Tasks seem very simple. Even in LE, these Tasks are not necessarily very demanding, but everything integrates perfectly into the Storyline. If you compare the Graphics, there's a mega difference here. LE is simply the Hammer and the first Spacewalk was super exciting. At Downward Spiral, I just found it boring. It's certainly not a bad Game and I didn't have any Mistakes either, but proper Enthusiasm didn't come up with me, so I gave it back after about 90 Minutes.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Downward Spiral: Horus Station from 3rd Eye Studios is a very successful Space adventure. In a seemingly abandoned space station without Gravity, we must try to decipher the mysterious Mystery behind this Story. Unfortunately, as is so often the case, the Meaning of the Story has not fully come to me. Can you write to me in the Comments. We move in the Station by pushing yourself off the Walls, or using a magnetic Rope Pull gun. This allows us to overcome further Stretches without Any problems by shooting at a Target and then allowing ourselves to be drawn in. Well-placed Enterhooks in strategic Locations, can sometimes be vital to survival ... This Kind of Movement in Weightlessness works very well for my Taste but a bit slow. However, VR newcomers don't need to be Afraid of Motion Sickness due to the low Movement speed. You then move a Little faster later using a Booster, which can be adjusted in three different Strengths and always drives us in the Direction in which we point with the Device. In the first Act of the Story, you will also find two different Bolt-shooting Devices. They are quite practical to hold their own against the nasty Guardian Drones. Targeting with the Tools, is a bit complicated and you'd better shoot out of your Hip. With a little Practice, that works out quite well. However, later you also get a Weapon with built-in Scope, very helpful to lurk up from the Distance Opponents as well. ... And don't Worry, there are many other Devices ... If we Die, we always wake up again in an obvious Airlock Chamber. The Graphics are very beautiful and handsome, on my 1070 WITH a VIVE there were no Rucklers or anything like that, even on ultra in the graphics settings of the Game. Only when Loading the individual Sections of the Station does it jerk something when they are loaded for the first time. The special thing about this Game, though, is probably the Ability to play it in coop mode and Multiplayer mode. However, I have not tested This yet. Only the sometimes somewhat unfortunate German Translation is negative, which, as is often the case in cheaper Games, seems to come from a poor Translation Program. Sometimes one wonders what is meant. However, this does not hurt The Understanding Of the game. A clear Recommendation for Space fans! More spacey Reviews: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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