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Metropolis: Lux Obscura

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Metropolis Lux Obscura is a unique game with a film noir atmosphere, seductive wanton women, and dirty dangerous secrets. Gameplay is based on a motion comic with a non-linear plot mixed with MATCH3 puzzle fights. This city is rotten to the core. You can’t even tell night from day in this hell where big money runs everything. And the best way to prove you’re right is with brute force. Jon Lockhart walked through the prison gates a free man, after spending years imprisoned as the supposed murderer of an old friend. He returned once more to the city where it all started intent on figuring out who it was that framed him for the murder and make them pay in blood for the crime. It'd take some work with the key witness dead, but that just meant he'd have to flush out every rat from hiding. Old friends and new enemies. Search for the truth, for loyalty and sanity - but all you can find here is redemption, betrayal and death. Welcome to Metropolis. Beautiful comic art Gorgeous, sexy girls 12 mental disorders and bad habits to unlock Amazing soundtrack and audio effects Rich and dramatic story, professionally voice acted An addicting match-3 puzzle battle system with upgradable traits Obscenity and sexism 4 different endings
Release date
Sep 22, 2017
Sometimes You
Evgeniy Kolpakov t/a Sometimes You
Ktulhu Solutions
Sometimes You, Ktulhu Solutions
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP2+
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 Compatible Graphics Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0a
  • Storage: 700 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.8+
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 700 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
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Metropolis: Lux Obscura reviews and comments

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Metropolis: Lux Obscura by Ktulhu Solutions. A light-hearted Mix of Visual Novel and Match 3, with the Game itself not being so light-hearted at all. I did a Run with the normal Game and then played on with the R18 Patch, which you get legally and free of charge on the Developer's Page. To put it right here. The Patch is not really necessary. If you want more Pornography, get it if you don't put any Value on it, leave it away. Story You're fresh out of jail, need a Job, have to find your Girl Somehow and no one can really suffer you. Metropolis tells a very rough, dirty and brutal Story. The Indistsions of which of the Characters meet and which places he visits influence the Course of the Action and which end the Story takes. Without telling too much, however, I can say who likes stories with a Happy Ending is completely wrong here. Gameplay The UN Part is quite Genre typical. Read and make a Decision every now and then. A big Difference, however, is that there is a Map of the City. On this one can choose between different Places and thus events, this then, as already mentioned, influences the Course of the Action. It also has an Impact on who faces one as an Opponent. Pretty much Every event comes with a Fight. These take the Form of a Match 3 Game. There are several Symbols that can be merged vertically or Horizontally. In these Directions, 1 Symbol of Choice can also be moved as far as you would like, preexposed to the fact that a Match will be created by this Movement. Depending on the Symbol, the Opponent or you get Damage or you heal. After a certain Number of matches standing over the Opponent, one of them attacks. The Goal is to get the opposing life Points to 0 before your own are used up. Once you have won the Fight, you can choose a new Skill or improve an existing one. There are always 4 randomly selected selected. What's Nice is that the Story also has a direct Impact on the Match 3 Game. So you get the Symbol for the Gun in the Game as soon as you have received it in the Plot. Graphics & Sound The Story is told by Comic Panel and the City is also kept in Comic Optics. The Style is very gloomy and sometimes sometimes looks dirty. As a result, the Drawings perfectly match the Story and Shapes a successful overall Picture. Compared to other USES, relatively little Text is used, so that the Images can and must speak for themselves. What is equally positive about setting is that all the Characters have been set to music. In Addition, there are suitable Sound effects. Other Than that, though, I found the Soundtrack to be little memorable. Conclusion For Fans of rather serious And dark stories, Metropolis should be of Interest And Even comic book lovers can take a Look, because the Comic drawings Are very successful. Achievementhäger Can Also rejoice, because the 8 Successes are quick and easy to create. Match 3 Players, however, I would rather advise you, because the Focus is on the Action and the Match 3 Part is significantly smaller than in other Games. I still have to give a really thick Minus point to the Price at this Point. Currently, Metropolis: Lux Obscura Costs €8€! I was through after just over 3 Hours with all the Successes and therefore also with all The Endings. That's why I advise you to wait for a 75% Sale, the current Price is just not worth it with this Brevity. If the Review has helped you fall then follow our Review Program and if you want to tell me something about this Review then he likes to write in the Comments. The Game was made available to the GGC for Review purposes.
This mix of Candy Crush and good-looking old school comics is totally not what I expected. I hoped it would be an interactive visual drama but it’s nothing but another Match 3 game. And it’s hard - the enemies were tougher and tougher the further I went, and I could hardly defeat them as the bonuses were rare. So, well, the only good part of the game is its artstyle. The gameplay I’d better skip.
This is a well-done game. Everything from the visuals and the sound to the Match 3 element is interesting, the gameplay is balanced, so I have nothing to complain about. During the fights you can move tiles all the way up or down a row, and this allows you to build a strategy here.
The only problem of this game is that it’s too short. I’d be glad to play some DLCs or sequels.
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