Moebius: Empire Rising for PC
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Moebius: Empire Rising

Apr 15, 2014
6.51
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About this game

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Summary

Malachi Rector, an expert in antiquities whose photographic memory and eye for detail transform people and clues into interactive puzzles. When a secretive government agency enlists him to determine whether a murdered woman in Venice resembles any particular historical figure, Malachi is left with only questions. Why would the U.S. government hire him -- a dealer of high-end antiques -- to look into a foreign murder? Why does David Walker, a former Special Forces operative he meets in his travels, feel like someone Malachi’s known all his life? And how come every time Malachi lets his guard down, someone tries to kill him?

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS: XP/Vista/7
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI or NVidia with 1 GB RAM**
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: ** - Not recommended for play on Intel systems with integrated/shared video memory

Minimum

  • OS: XP/Vista/7
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI or NVidia with 512 MB RAM**
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: ** - Not recommended for play on Intel systems with integrated/shared video memory

Gamer Reviews

179 Reviews
7.40

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Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
5.62
Cameron WoolseyApr 14, 2014
Moebius: Empire Rising starts with an interesting idea, but the plot never takes off. Some moments may briefly grab your interest, but disappointing puzzles, shallow characters, and tedious methods behind investigations keep the game feeling lethargic all the way to its uninspiring climax. Instantly forgettable, this game is better off lost to time.
Donny TarinApr 14, 2014
Moebius: Empire Rising is a strikingly mediocre point-and-click adventure game, adequately checking all the boxes of a traditional entry in the genre but excelling at none of them.
Pete DavisonApr 15, 2014
You'll power through the story in about 10 hours or so, but this feels like a good length, particularly as the ending strongly implies this isn't the last we've seen of Malachi Rector. Once you're done, there's little incentive to replay save to experience the story again -- though for some, this will be motivation enough, much like a good book.