INDUSTRIA is a first-person shooter that takes you from East Berlin to a parallel reality shortly before the end of the Cold War. In search of the missing workmate, you dispense a dark past in a mysterious parallel direction. Great little game sounds good and plays well. The sound design is great and the soundtrack is great, the fighting is fun and satisfying, and it’s a great cinematic experience.
There are some issues that I thought about, first for some strange reason when sometimes playing with objects or breaking dynamite carts sometimes games 100 my CPU for a while leads to which is a bit useless. Also, the level frame rate was terrible and then the game crashed but after downloading the performance patch I did not experience this problem again.
Lighting is sometimes very bad as it changes and sometimes and sometimes things are very bright. It may look better if you have continued tracing but there are problems with it. The design of the map is cool but there are many minor issues like geometry clipping and things that look like they shouldn’t be there, so I’d like to pay more attention to detail with the maps. The game is very short, it only took me two and a half hours to beat it but there is a tough mood and some extra achievements so if you want to go back to it you can.
INDUSTRIA Gameplay and Story !!
The gameplay feels solid/good. It’s definitely a bit messy around the edges and mostly focused on discovery. When it comes to combat, robots can sometimes be really annoying. Puzzles aren’t really difficult, but give the story enough space to breathe. Exploration is definitely the biggest plus when it comes to gameplay. It’s really reminiscent of Half-Life 2. You can clearly see where the giants got their movement from.
The story itself is well-crafted and ultimately overwhelms the player. It’s hard to fit this kind of story into just 5 hours of playtime. The direction the game is heading is very clear, and it just roars, “We want to tell you this story!”
I’ve only been in the game for over an hour and a half and I still like it. It’s junk to be sure, but it looks good with an interesting story. I wish the savings system was better. At one point I missed a leap and ended up back where I didn’t expect everything to be reborn and all that remains to be done.
It wasn’t fun, it was a grind. I also had to leave due to time and could not save wherever I wanted. Checkpoints save the dead for some reason, they must stay dead. The second point is that the environment is not as interactive as I would like it to be. Only some crates break, but other things don’t. Also, I’m having a hard time believing that steel packs can’t open a closed-door by force. I know it’s a game, but it adds to the suspension of my infidelity.
Half-Life comes from Siberia – an entertaining, narratively exciting adventure, and a plot and character with lots of potentials. However, I’m only within 2 hours and almost finished the game already. It feels like it could have been a bit more, and sadly I think it falls short in scope and desire. I would still recommend it, but I think for such a short experience. 16.99 is a slightly higher price. If you enjoy the Siberian environment and want to modernize a similar world, I am sure you will too.
PC INDUSTRIA game is definitely a good game. It feels round and polished, looks beautiful, and has a great story but still has some flaws. These flaws have been addressed on notice by a friendly and active giant team. There is nothing to complain about. The main flaw that appears on the day of release (30.09.21) is performance. This game is for Beefer graphics card, everything around GeForce GTX 1060 / Radon RX580 will not make your experience pleasant. That is for sure to change and I will update this review when I do. Also, if you have a good graphics card, about 5 hours to play, and need a half-life experience, get it!
System Requirements of INDUSTRIA Game
- OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 64-bit (latest Service Pack)
- Processor: 3.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor
- Memory:6 GB RAM
- Graphics: Geforce GTX 1060 / Radeon RX 580 or equivalent
- Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
Installation Method of INDUSTRIA For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “INDUSTRIA- PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Open “Setup.exe” and Install the game
- After Installation click on the “INDUSTRIA” icon to play the game.
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