– Release Name (Crack by): Empathy.Path.of.Whispers-CODEX
– NFO : read
– Format : iso
– Platform : PC
– Language : English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian
– Files Size : 1 x 3.06 GB
– Total size : 3.06 GB
– Hosts : Mega, Uptobox, Rapidgator, Uploaded, Turbobit, Userscloud
– System Requirements : MINIMUM:
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 64 bit (32 bit NOT supported)
Processor: 2.5 Ghz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 or equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti or ATI HD6950 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Empathy Path of Whispers Crack The story is entirely given with text documents and “monuments”. The laughter is the random things you need to find in the world (with a helpful radar that leads you to the whole story) and click (and sometimes, simply solve a boring puzzle) to hear one or two lines of monologue from any character story. There are a lot of these characters, but basically none of them are developed enough for the player to really care about him / her. Most stories are also unfinished – I feel like they were just thrown in to create the illusion of a “bigger picture” (and give the player something to collect, of course). Well, it didn’t quite work for me. A beautiful world was almost the only thing that kept me going. There are some elements where you need to find some items and use them on something, but that is very basic (and the game takes care to highlight the places where you need to put something). The story was, as I said, nice enough, but it didn’t come as a real surprise – almost everything was clean after the first song and there was already little evidence of the rest. The final game simply puts everything you already knew together and fills in short. The end itself is … well, just as bland as the others.
Empathy Path of Whispers Torrent For the “almost open world” game, the survey is pretty bad. Sure, you have plenty of room to walk around and check around every corner. The problem is – most corners don’t have anything around them. And when you find something, there’s just one more monument that “rewards” you with a line of boring solitude that you didn’t care about. Think home on steroids: more space, great places outside, but nothing conceptual different (except for infinitely better history). If you loved Gone Home, this might just be the game for you. Alas, you didn’t.
Oh, and it’s backtracking too. Don’t get me wrong here – I actually like games that support meaningful playback: something when the game recognizes and rewards players who intentionally come back to research something they’ve recently learned or realized, or maybe use something they haven’t done before. Unfortunately, the restraint of empathy is worst. You can search the entire location, find a lot of inactive (seemingly decorative) things, and decide you’re done here – when you get back to completing another story project, your radar suddenly survives by a dozen tags, resulting in to those same things you’ve already found (but now you can interact with them). So, not only is the survey weak by itself – the game design actively reduces it.
The fact that most of the characters have Russian names and “corresponding” voices doesn’t help either. Well, we primers are long accustomed to Russian accents made by American enthusiasts who sound like they’ve never heard a real Russian number. But to put an end to these tortures all the time in a game with a few dozen invisible characters who can’t even put out each other’s names (and sometimes their own) ?! That was the hardest part. Especially when the developer name looks like he should at least know better than to name the town “Chernosk” without “v”. Sure, it is at least fixed in a Russian location, but who cares if there are no Russian voices? Next, hire a dozen Russian students to tell you if the authentic atmosphere is what you are looking for …
Blinking against the light, you step into a world that seems broken apart, almost dead… Yet there is a pulse, beating faintly in the back of your mind. What has happened in this place, where the people are gone and their memories echo in the silence? Where emotions appear as physical things, hanging in the air, just waiting for someone to reach out…
Empathy: Path of Whispers is an atmospheric and surreal adventure game where you explore a seemingly abandoned world through the emotions and memories of the people who once inhabited it, trying to restore the world’s lost balance as your journey through its past. With a strong focus on storytelling and exploration, players will find themselves in a strange world created from people’s emotions and memories, which can be manipulated and explored. Those lost memories are the key to rebuilding the crumbling world back to its former state, discovering its mysterious past and halting an impending apocalypse. Through its innovative narrative mechanics the game will challenge the player to explore and gain an understanding of the weird world they are traveling through.
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