PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Spearhead Games
Content Rating: Teen
Omensight is an Action Murder-Mystery game. You are the Harbinger, a powerful mystical warrior. You have witnessed the destruction of the world. In order to prevent annihilation you are destined to repeat that fateful day and solve the murder of the Godless-Priestess, whose death precipitated the apocalypse.
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- OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
- Processor: Intel or AMD Dual Core 2.0 GHz+
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GT 640 or Radeon HD 7790 (1GB VRAM)
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 5 GB available space
- Sound Card: Stereo
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If Omensight was a PS2 game, it would've been an instant hit. It feels like an experience that would've been right at home in 2002, alongside games like Ratchet & Clank or Sly Cooper. Of course, it's not 2002 anymore, and so Omensight feels small and uneven compared to the big-budget, AAA, open-world mega-experiences we've come to know.
Much like Stories: Path of Destinies before it, Omensight is a title worth admiring for its bold storytelling approach and unique take on the action RPG genre. Spearhead Games had a lot of ambition in bringing together a tale of mystery and suspense and combining it with investigation elements, though much like The Harbinger’s time travel abilities, there might have been some aspects of the gameplay and structure in Omensight worth rewriting.
Omensight's approach to story-focused action-adventure is one we enjoyed, but it's the narrative and the choices offered to the player that really carry the game. On the other hand, the action can get repetitive after a time and the presentation is lacking in certain areas. If you can overlook those minor issues you'll have fun unravelling the story in front of you while you learn more about the doomed world and its inhabitants.