No70: Eye of Basir Gameplay and Review
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Sometimes you come across a gem filled with beautiful graphics, well-thought out scenery and enthralling audio. But sometimes the story itself gets a bit perplexing. No70: Eye of Basir seems to be one of those games that looks absolutely stunning but fails to pull you into the story. Watch our No70: Eye of Basir gameplay and review video below to find out more!

Platform Used For No70: Eye of Basir Gameplay and Review: Metabox Prime P650RP-G, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 VRAM with G-Sync, Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache up to 3.50 GHz), 16GB DDR4 2133MHZ (1 x 16GB)
Developer: Oldmoustache Gameworks
Genre: Indie, FPS, Story-based adventure, Horror
Recommended If You Like: P.T., Among The Sleep
Rating: 3 Star Review
Price:
$9.99USD

No70: Eye of Basir Gameplay and Review on YouTube

Find yourself playing as Ehran, a man who is trying to figure out the mystery that is the No70 house. Experience the story through beautifully done narration, puzzling notes and relatively interesting cut scenes.

With no enemies to worry about, you can explore the entire game of No70: Eye of Basir without worrying about dying. However, if you turn the game off without finishing a chapter, be prepared to start from the very beginning as there is no save function. The game will only autosave after a chapter is completed.

Make sure you check out our No70: Eye of Basir gameplay and review video above and if you like it, go on and check out the game on Steam via the link at the top of this page!

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Score

3 Star Review

3 stars – convoluted but filled with sharp visuals and absorbing audio

Good PointsPluses:

  • Beautiful graphics and environment
  • Immersive background music
  • Absorbing voice-acting

Bad PointsMinuses:

  • Story is a little bit tricky to get your head around
  • Lack of save mechanic makes for inevitable frustration
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