Soma (2015)

Video Game   |  Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi

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Simon Jarrett finds himself in a mysterious, ravaged facility after seemingly losing consciousness during a new, experimental brain scan which was suggested to him for his brain damage after his car accident.

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14 March 2019 | psyhocaki
| Gotta play this amazing experience
What does it mean to be human? This horror/sci-fi game explores a future where the lines of humanity have been blurred for the sake of preservation of the species. But what constitutes as "saving humanity" in this story? I'm a little hesitant when it comes to playing horror type games, meaning on horror games without soul, story... But the story in SOMA and moral decisions and questions that were brought to the surface as I played through the SOMA game were very AMAZING and smart to me. AMAZING is small to say how i felt about this game. This game will make you think about what it means to "be human" and when is a human no longer a human? As you progress, each area of the game unveils a new layer to the story.

I didnt write review here about this game so I will now. The more you play the more you want to know what is going on, what is happening and why. As if I wasn't already thinking enough about life, universe and the number 42. Well done Frictional Games!

Deeply unsettling, thought provoking, evocative and marvelously written sci-fi. Mentioning anything about the story would ruin the experience and you really need to live it for yourself.

Great visuals, amazing sound design and brilliant characters. It makes you feel about characters, it makes you being sad, scared ,lost and keep asking yourself "are they safe,are they alive?". No bugs, no technical issues, perfect length to tell what it wants and it does it with a bang! This one embeds its tendrils in the recesses of your mind and stays there, probably forever.

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Plot Summary


Horror | Mystery | Sci-Fi


Release Date:

22 September 2015



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