Transference for Xbox One
Xbox One

Transference

Sep 18, 2018
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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Imagine an escape room set in a deranged mind. Experience a first-person exploration game in a chilling new dimension. Shift between three perspectives of a family in this troubled scientist's experiment, and attempt to unravel the mystery hiding in this mind-bending psychological thriller.

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
6.74
Robert BaddeleyOct 04, 2018
All said and done Transference is a wonderfully executed, narrative, puzzle thriller that kept me entertained through the entire story.  With its near-perfect ambiance and puzzles at just the right difficulty to tickle your neurons without causing frustration Transference is a story worth playing if you don’t mind the price tag and definitely worth it if it goes on sale.  
Sam BishopSep 18, 2018
After the credits rolled on Transference we couldn't help but feel a bit disappointed. Sure this is a VR game at heart, and they're often short, but this was with us for such a brief time and didn't require enough of us to get us really excited and involved. It's worth one quick run if you want an interesting VR experience with a few spooks and interesting use of FMV, but with very basic gameplay and a painfully slow walking pace, it might be more hassle than it's worth.
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Albert LichiJan 20, 2019
Transference is wasted on Xbox One, since it does not support VR. It is not only unbelievably short, it is lacking in content and substance. It is a perfect example of a "one and done" kind of game where you never look back after completing it, and then forget all about it. It might get brought up later in life, but even then, memories of playing it will be foggy at best. Half-remembered dreams are more memorable than Transference.

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