78%Average from 2 reviews
SOMA is at its best when it’s challenging you on a philosophical level rather than on a mechanical one. As a horror game, SOMA feels old and archaic. It isn’t especially frightening or even satisfying to play, but the questions it raises are worth exploring and make it worthwhile regardless. It’s an adventure that will stay with you as you roll the fates of Simon and Catherine around in your head long...
All the core first-person horror tenets are in place, wrapped in a tense, underwater setting that tells one of gaming's most intriguing sci-fi stories.
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