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About this game
Developer: Tarsier Studios
Content Rating: Teen
Join Dr. Ingen and his delightful assistant Edith on a journey of discovery – a bold venture into what actually makes you tick. Each morning you’ll awaken to find a puzzle box bolted to your hands and the pixelated face of Dr Ingen studiously observing you.
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Statik’s sheer invention and fascinating premise are somewhat betrayed by its short length. No two puzzles are the same, and they’re all well-balanced and thought-out trials, but they left me begging for more. Still, that speaks to just how enjoyable an experience this is while it lasts. The game casts a web of intrigue that will pull you in and I suspect have some people picking it apart for even longer than the initial run time.
It falls short on duration, and terribly so on replay value, but the asking price makes the experience worth it, I think. I wager down the line, Statik will get some new puzzles, but for now, what is there might be short but it is spectacular. It does everything right, and very little wrong. It is simultaneously serene and tense. If you’re still looking for that PSVR title to change your perspective, Statik might be the one.
That, to me, is really the mark of a truly brilliant puzzle game. Statik is unique, smart, and easily one of the most creative experiences I’ve had in VR. I haven’t seen a puzzle game that I felt hit the perfect level of “hard enough to give a challenge, but still solvable without resorting to crazy logic” in some time, but Statik absolutely nails it. If you own PSVR then this is a must own, and if you don’t then this may be one of the VR exclusives that will make you consider it.