Arise: A Simple Story Crack With Activation Code Latest

Arise: A Simple Story Set out on an emotional journey through the bittersweet lives of two people where memories come alive and time bends to your will. Lose yourself in moments of happiness and overcome every hardship as you relive your life’s story. A story of joy and sorrow. A simple story.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 67
Genre Action, General
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Techland / Piccolo
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Arise: A Simple Story reviews ( 5 )

gameking, Jan 10, 2020

Incredible story. Incredible atmosphere. You can cry after the game.The story works so well that you are immersed in yourself. You don't understand when the game ends.

praisethepickle, Dec4, 2019

Arise completely took my breath away. Ever since the reveal trailer I've been looking forward to playing this game, thinking I'd experience a visually appealing, fun, platforming adventure. I was not expecting something as authentic and memorable as this. I made my account to write this spoiler-free review. Visually, Arise is stunning - low poly models combined with a variety of techniques to render interesting textures and lighting effects create a world that pops out of the screen. Each map has it's own, completely unique palette of colours that convey a range of feelings as you traverse them. Your character has no facial expressions, and says no words. The story is told through excellent animations and varied, dynamic environments that become interactive through the use of your time control abilities. The developers seemingly make a point of keeping everything as simple as possible - so that you focus on the important things (a theme that has stuck with me since I finished the game) - but the animations are crisp, expressive, varied and give the character weight in a world that moves all the way between punishing and serene. Each level is a chronological reflection of your characters life up until his death (the game starts with your character at his funeral, and is a reflection on his life up until that moment). Themes of love, loss, despair, empathy, discovery and growth are all present and presented in beautiful, poetic ways. What really tied the entire experience together - was the music. An utterly gorgeous orchestral soundtrack to accompany every level, emotion and movement that at times, felt almost interactive in it's own right. I will not spoil anymore here - but it is one of the best and most fitting game soundtracks I've ever heard. Collectables add huge value to the story, filling in gaps and further evolving the character and his connection to loved ones. The game is not difficult, nor does it play itself. Instead, you flow from area to area, soaking up the art that can be utterly overwhelming at times, in the best possible way. When the credits rolled, I had tears in my eyes, and was left speechless. I wanted to speak to my family immediately, and tell them how much I loved them. The emotions that this game instilled in me are ones that I haven't felt from a video game for a long time. In my eyes, Arise stands on the shoulders of giants such as Journey and Brothers: Tale Of Two Sons, at the pinnacle of video games as an art form. This is an experience I will never forget. If you liked any of the aforementioned games, please pick this up. This is quite possibly my game of the year... and I have played a lot of games this year. An absolute masterpiece.

Ugly_Zebra, May6, 2020

Really breathtaking game - simple in its construction but full of emotions and deep in story telling. And the sound track that supports and intensifies the experience.

Hectorgomez81, Dec3, 2019

Brilliant! Very interesting gameplay, 4D puzzle platformer (3D + time control). Music and art style are simply stunning. One of the best games this year.

Dubeau, Dec5, 2019

Arise is very nice game with a compelling emotional story. The story is one that can be very relatable to everyone. It is presented in a simple way but with an interesting time control mechanic. The graphics are cell shaded and surrounded with good lighting effects. Visually, certain areas are amazing (sunflowers). The music is vivid and in the style of classical Disney musics. If you don't like that, you might like that game. Some jumping are difficult, not because of the challenge but the camera can be very oddly placed at times. I give it a 88%. This is a game in line with Journey. All atmosphere and slow progression through a good story.