PC - Windows
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- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: Quad Core
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD 4000
- Storage: 1 GB available space
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Overland’s increasingly weird apocalypse and clever approach to tactical survival makes it an interesting take on the roguelike road trip genre. A decent variety of perks and upgrades make certain party members feel indispensable and others very disposable, though they don’t have a ton of personality beyond that. Its controls and interface could be a lot better, though, and some no-win situations are drawn out a lot longer than they should be.
It's not often a horror game like this comes around. While that sort of statement is pretty common, Overland has so much creativity and intrigue in one package. From the haunting soundtrack and bleak character interactions, to lightning-fast stealth gameplay. Overland is by far one of the best games available on Apple Arcade at the moment. It's a miserable yet intriguing experience that should be played by any fans of strategy, horror, or roguelike games. Just try to avoid crashing your car.
Overland perfectly captures a feeling of being helpless, of only just getting by, and of being afraid to venture too far away from your car into the pitch-black dark of night. Every movement you commit, every action you command, and every item or character you sacrifice for another will be an apprehensive decision. But taking each of those tough steps makes you even more grateful to hear the soft chime of your car's open-door alarm when you make it back, and the rev of the motor when you escape down the highway, relieved to leave another pack of abnormal creatures behind.