Cyberpunk games allow for such great creativity by game developers, and when they’re done just right, the finished product becomes a classic that may very well go down in gaming history as a great success. The Technomancer provides such a great experience with choosing how you’d like to play that it may very well meet the expectations of cyberpunk fans around the world. Watch The Technomancer gameplay and review video on YouTube below!
Platform Used For The Technomancer Gameplay and Review: Gigabyte P35, Intel i7-4720HQ 2.60GHz, 16GB Ram, GeForce GT 965M
Genre: Action, RPG
Recommended If You Liked: The Witcher, Bound by Flame
The Technomancer Gameplay and Review on YouTube
Welcome to the cyberpunk world of The Technomancer. Take control of Zachariah, a Technomancer on the run from the secret police. Choose the way you wish to play with a flexible talent tree and attribute system, and deck yourself out in different types of equipment to make your fighting prowess even more powerful.
The Technomancer allows for many different ways to play by providing a few weapon sets to choose from. Tank and keep your allies safe with a mace and shield combo, get in close or fire from a distance with the blade and gun combo, or show off some fancy footwork with a staff.
Along with these weapons are your Technomancy powers. Shoot lightning from your fingertips or imbue your weapons with electricity to not only look badass, but to wreak havoc on your enemies.
The Technomancer is a great looking and even greater playing action RPG set in a beautifully desolate Martian environment.
Make sure you check out our The Technomancer 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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4 stars – incredibly flexible action RPG set in a gorgeously dilapidated cyberpunk world
- Beautiful graphics
- Decently voice acted dialogue
- Awesome electro “Tron-like” music
- A little bit too easy to die
- Character mouth movements don’t seem to match the words they speak at times
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