Metropolis: Lux Obscura is a unique game with a film noir atmosphere. Since the games available for Linux, Mac and Windows via Steam. Gameplay presents seductive wanton women and dirty dangerous secrets. While the games based on a motion comic with a non-linear plot mixed with MATCH3 puzzle fights. The Steam debut releases with surprisingly good reviews a 93% average.
So the story revolves around a city is rotten to the core. You can’t even tell night from day in this hell. Where the usual big money runs everything. Therefore the best way to prove you’re right is with brute force.
Jon Lockhart walked through the prison gates a free man. Since spending years in prison as the supposed murderer of an old friend. He returns once more to the city where it all started. Intent on figuring out who it was that set him up for the murder. And make them pay in blood for the crime. It’d take some work with the key witness dead. But that just means going to have to flush out every rat from hiding.
Old friends and new enemies. Search for the truth, for loyalty and sanity. You can also find redemption, betrayal and death. Welcome to Metropolis.
Metropolis: Lux Obscura Trailer:
Metropolis: Lux Obscura Features:
- Beautiful comic art
- Gorgeous, sexy girls
- 12 mental disorders and bad habits to unlock
- Amazing soundtrack and audio effects
- Rich and dramatic story, professionally voice acted
- An addicting match-3 puzzle battle system with upgradable traits
- Obscenity and sexism
While gameplay is unique, I’m keen to check it out. Which I have not yet, but again, seeing that the Steam reviews are looking up. And the comic style gameplay also has my attention. Since I’m not really into the visual novels, this is a hardcore alternative.
So Metropolis: Lux Obscura releases now via Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows. The games also priced at $7.99 USD, discounted 10% until October 18th.
- OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
- Processor: 1.2 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Storage: 700 MB available space