Subject 13 Game Review

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If you are looking for a point-and-click adventure game, subject 13 is right up your alley. It was developed and published by Microds in 2015 and was released on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It has also been ported to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The storyline of Subject 13 revolves around a man named Franklin Fargo who tries to commit suicide. He eventually loses consciousness and wakes up in an unknown capsule with various pieces of equipment. When he wakes up, a robotic voice addresses him as «Subject 13» and assigns him various mental tasks. Franklin finds himself in a scientific research station where he learns about events that happened before he arrived. However, what he doesn’t know is that he’s been abducted by a robot and is now a «subject» who has been captured and is a victim of experiments.

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The film follows the story of Franklin Fargo, a Physics teacher who lost his fiancee Sophie in a mysterious hold-up. He awakens to find himself trapped in an abandoned scientific complex. There, he’s trapped in a laboratory with a disembodied robotic voice that tries to get him to solve puzzles and escape. This mysterious environment makes it impossible to find a way out of the compound, so he must find out why he was captured.

Despite its unique setting, Subject 13 does have many flaws. It borrows heavily from other games such as Portal and Mass Effect, and the voice acting is not great. Some dialogue was cheesy, and the writing needed proofreading. The story was good, but it could have used some polish and development. Further, the two voice actors weren’t very good. There was also some questionable dialogue. The overall storyline of Subject 13 was interesting, but the game’s writing and voice acting were lacking.

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The game is quite intriguing, but is far from polished. There is a lack of guidance and finicky controls that make it difficult to progress. Sometimes, puzzles look logical but they’re missing the most obvious solution, and it takes a long time to solve them. The game is not for everyone, but it’s worth checking out if you enjoy challenging your brain with puzzles. It’s a great indie title, but it won’t be for everyone.

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