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Developer: Wales Interactive
Content Rating: Teen
Take your first steps to paradise by uploading your soul to Elysia, named by critics as “the single most important development in the history of the human race” (Era Magazine, 2027). As the latest state of the art Digital Soul Provider, Elysia is a sprawling server where your memories and dreams become reality. Our patented SoulSync system allows you to choose the memories you want to enjoy for eternity whether you are a living user or you simply wish to leave a lasting testament of your life that the whole family can relive at their leisure.
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Soul Axiom is an incredibly uneven game that feels disjointed and unpolished. Moments of beauty in its futuristic overworld are only temporary, as half of the game looks completely out of place. It’s incredibly disappointing that the game isn’t able to come together since some of the puzzles are delightful to figure out.
Master Reboot had heart, but it was overly ambitious and couldn't back up its ideas. I do believe Soul Axiom also has that spirit and ambition, but Wales Interactive has learned nothing from Master Reboot's failures. Soul Axiom should be better than Master Reboot, but it's not. It's glitchy, bad or broken puzzles outnumber the few fantastic ones, it has a strange chunk of padding, the story is forgettable, and the cutscenes are terrible. This is not a game I'd suggest dumping into your memories.
The confusing PR description of the game, which is nothing like the experience you actually get, is testament to that muddled framework. This is well worth a go, but it is not a polished gem by any stretch of the imagination.