VirtuaVerse cyberpunk point and click adventure gets Positive reviews for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of developer Theta Division. Available on both Steam and GOG with 100% Positive Reviews.
VirtuaVerse is a story that takes place in a future not so far away. Where one superior intelligence prevails above all other AI. Society is also migrating to a permanently integrated reality. All whiile connected to a single neural network. One that is regularly correct user experience by processing personal data.
While the trailer shows off the gloomy city. Our hacker and smuggler protagonist, Nathan, will eventually leave and start exploring. Checking out the world as he searches for his AR graffiti artist girlfriend, Jay. Which is also impressive, VirtuaVerse is a cyberpunk that leaves the setting of imposing metropolises. You can still hack the man while visiting a picturesque waterfall. Even take a stroll across a frozen wasteland.
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An outsider, Nathan, makes a living off-the-grid in VirtuaVerse. Since he is a smuggler of modded hardware and cracked software. Using a custom headset, he is among the few that can switch AVR off. While seeing reality for what it truly is.
Nathan also shares an apartment with his girlfriend Jay. A talented AVR graffiti artist. Whose drones bit spray technicolor all over the city’s augmented space of VirtuaVerse.
Then one morning, Nathan wakes to an empty apartment. Discovering a cryptic message on the bathroom mirror. Having accidentally broken his headset, Nathan is disconnected. But also eager to figure out what happened to Jay. He takes on an unbelievable journey in VirtuaVerse facing hacker groups. And also guilds of AVR technomancers.
Traversing the world, Nathan confronts hardware graveyards. Including digital archaeology, tribes of cryptoshamans, and virtual reality seduction.