Observer Crack/Patch

Observer What would you do if your fears were hacked? >observer_ is a cyberpunk horror game from Bloober Team, the creators of Layers of Fear. Play as an Observer, the new front line of neural police, as you hack into the jagged minds of the insane.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 1701
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Company / Developer
Aspyr , Bloober Team / Bloober Team

Observer reviews ( 6 )

kraenk, Aug 16, 2017

As soon as I realised this game was made by some polish developers I got curious. By experience most developers from Eastern Europe always care a lot for a unique style, story and atmosphere and luckily I was not disappointed. A dystopian horror adventure with great character and a likeable protagonist! Do me a favour...watch the first hour or so in a let's play...if you like what you see buy it! Small developers who dare to bring us experiences like that deserve to be supported!

Bluncheonmeat, Aug 31, 2017

This game does a very good job of delving into the seedy underbelly of an archetypal cyberpunk dystopia. It feels like you've entered the sketchiest apartment complex you can imagine. The world that the devs created is bizarre, but surprisingly credible. You really get the sense that all the advanced tech that you see had been hastily retrofitted on top of the crumbling husk of the modern world. The game also does a great job at exploring the possible (mostly negative) implications of cybernetics and technological advancement in general. My favorite parts of the game were simply when you are exploring the apartment complex and talking to the tenants. The conversations were very well done and the voice acting of Rutger Hauer creates an intriguing juxtaposition. I enjoyed the optional side-investigations as well. The neural interrogation sequences and the main storyline, while interesting, were not as engrossing as the other aspects of the game, in my opinion. Perhaps I need to think about those a little more before I can fully appreciate them. Overall, I think this is a fantastic game. I've never played another game quite like it.

Ascyltus, Aug 16, 2017

It really is Layers of Fear meets Blade Runner, the soundtrack is great, I love the graphics and the atmosphere, very unsettling use of analog video and retro-futuristic set-ups. On another note, the PS4 Pro version runs horribly, with constant screen-tearing and fps drops. Beyond that, an insane cyberpunk dystopia that Philip K Dick could be proud of. Edit : SORRY, there is no screen-tearing, it's actually a feature of the game when you forget to take your corporate-approved Synchrozine pill. Immersion 10/10 would take pill again.

WereSuricat, Aug 15, 2017

wow a wonderfull game .. so weird !! in fact totally weird !! very cool. The graphic are pretty cool, not like a AAA game but very cool. The atmosphere wowww no AAA will try this because its too weird . And its for that reason I love so much this game . Because the dev go beyond ... and far beyond. A perfect game for all thriller, cyberpunk and psycho horror !! A little masterpiece :)

AstiX, Oct 18, 2017

This **** is **** insane! The amount of visual mindbending reaches madness levels and I loved it! Had the hairs on the back of my neck stand up each time I was doing a "mindscan". Absolutely breathtaking and awe-inspiring. The game also runs buttery smooth and without issues. The major issue I had though, is that for such a well developed game with so much devotion, they couldn't have picked a worse voice actor for the main protagonist. His lines are delivered so lazily and in a monotonous voice that it kills immersion. Also having to stop in every 10 seconds to scan the area with every mode as to not miss anything kinda ruins the atmosphere and slows the flow. Looking forward to more from Bloober Team.

rogerxman, Sep 1, 2017

I mean, to be honest, this game is a walking simulator which makes me sick. The illumination feels the game developer just chuck every filter in a unity plugin into the game. It is a harsh game.