Unexpectedly, in the shadow of these major releases this Thursday, as the long-awaited shooter Modern Combat 5, in the AppStore appeared a rather interesting adventure quest game in the genre of the publisher Bulkypix. Dream Revenant is not only three-dimensional first-person quest but a spiritual successor to the popular Dream:Scape. What is so unusual will offer us the developers? Let’s take a closer look. We’re playing for Carson Hughes – a man tormented by a secret forty years ago. Only now, on his deathbed, immersed in generated by their own subconscious dreams, the hero gets a chance to unravel the mysteries of their own, sometimes quite dark, past. Dream Revenant is a three-dimensional quest-adventure first-person where players will explore a vast canvas of the imaginary world and solve sometimes trivial and sometimes not too puzzles while interacting with the environment.
It is necessary to say that Dream Revenant presents a uniquely narrative gaming experience, featuring a massive open world, dramatic voice characterizations and unparalleled graphics depth, optimized for the advanced capabilities of the latest Apple devices. This means that you should play it just to relax after a hard day’s work, with headphones and complete silence. You will not be the burden of riddles and puzzles. Here they are, they are quite interesting and unique. I would even say “unique” because the same repetitive puzzles I have not met. You’ll just wander in the vast territory, find items and use them in the right places, with a little ingenuity and gestures on the screen.
When you first start the game you will be able to view the minute video about the game, like the one that was in the game Horn. Besides the fact that it is frankly shit, and you can not miss. This is probably the main disadvantage of the game. But when starting the game..The eyes do not tear. The picture is excellent! So detailed landscapes. Excellent work on light and generally all that relates to glare and sunlight. The picture really looks alive and … breathing. And the wind rustles the trees, grass and other objects, amenable to the laws of physics. The diversity of the living world and beautiful graphics along with the beautiful melodies of the composer Isaias Garcia and sounds of nature create a perfect Union and work together for the good of the players.
Summing up I want to say that I’ve involuntarily lingered in this open, Sunny, and sometimes dark world for the entire evening and did not want to leave. So “unenlightened” still playing is not comfortable, because they will find here only the perfect shell with no meaning, to play in “simulator walk in the woods”. But knowing the English game will appeal to, because of the beautiful shell lurks, and the solution of all the most intimate secrets of the protagonist. The decision to purchase is up to you, but the game is complete and more than pays for all of its small cost.