Narcosis Direct Download
Survival, horror at the sunless depths of the Pacific Ocean: Stranded on the seafloor with low light and few tools, an industrial diver takes desperate steps to surface before his oxygen — and sanity — give out. This first person survival story unfolds from inside a half-ton, high-tech dive suit — a “walking coffin.” Influenced and inspired by a growing appetite for unconventional horror and narrative-driven games, Narcosis is rooted in reality, but steeped in the surreal. Pressure Kills: High-stress situations accelerate oxygen intake, distorting sight, sound, space and time. Hostile Waters: A knife, flashlight and flares are essential to surviving the nightmarish flora and fauna of the abyss. Phantom Narrative: The survivor’s account unfolds in inexplicable ways alongside the player’s journey. Beyond Good and Evil: No shadowy organizations or eldritch terrors, only primal fears and human limits. Abyssal Ambience: A haunting soundtrack includes a closing theme from celebrated composer Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill series) Terror Verite: Primal fears — darkness, confinement and isolation — take on new levels of immersion when experienced in VR.
The first thing you’ll notice about Narcosis – aside from the gorgeous graphics and insanely immersive/claustrophobic atmosphere (even without VR) – is how challenging the controls are at first. It’s all perfectly apt, though, once you realise your character is encased in a bulky undersea exoskeleton (or, in the words of the narrator himself, a “walking coffin”). And besides, the tutorial is thorough enough to get you accustomed in no time. (Further word to the unwise: don’t go spinning that mouse every which way. Most of the time WASD will be more than enough to keep you on the move, reserving the mouse to just look around occasionally.) Silly question number one: is this a “horror” game? Yes, it’s a horror game. Perhaps more of a psychological one than what we normally slap with the tag, but horror nonetheless. Not the scariest game you’ll ever play, but definitely one of the most atmospheric.
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Silly question number two: is this a “walking simulator”? Kind of. But a pretty dangerous one, if it is. You can die…lots. Does that still qualify it as a “walking simulator”? You tell me. It also has a fair bit of combat, some puzzles to solve, and some mildly challenging platforming elements so…I’d call it more of a full-blooded stealth-horror/action-adventure game myself, if a slightly slow-moving one. It’s also quite short (under five hours) and reasonably “linear” in its structure, so that might be reason enough for some of you to avoid it. Silly question number three: is this a bit like SOMA? Yes. Obviously comparisons are going to be drawn between the two. But it also, in a weird way, reminded me a bit of an underwater version of the even more recent Lethe: Episode One. Like Lethe, Narcosis is an undeniably “indie” game, albeit a very polished and impressive one. Don’t come in expecting an absolutely AAA product, and you just might be pleasantly shocked at the level of quality on offer.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 7 (64 bits)
- Processor: Intel i5 or better
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GTX 560 or better
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 8 GB available space
- Sound Card: Any sound card
- Click the Download Here button above and you should be redirected to GamesDatabase.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the grey ‘download now’ button. Now let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
- Once the game is done downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to” (To do this you must have 7-Zip or winrar, which you can get here).
- Double click inside the Narcosis folder and run the exe application.
- Thats all, enjoy the game! Make sure to run the game as administrator and if you get any missing dll errors, look for a file named All In One Runtimes.exe run this and install it.