Omikron: The Nomad Soul (1999)

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Omikron is a massive city-state, in which the people are ruled blindly by an ancient supercomputer and an iron-fist communist dictator (whom carries out the computer's orders). Little do ... See full summary »

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Omikron is a massive city-state, in which the people are ruled blindly by an ancient supercomputer and an iron-fist communist dictator (whom carries out the computer's orders). Little do the people of Omikron know, however, that a demon lord from the last circle of Hell is the true power behind governing their land. The Nomad Soul, a foretold hero, enters Omikron through his computer and becomes trapped in this parallel dimension. Desperate to escape back to his own world, and to help newfound friends fight the dark forces guiding Omikron, the Nomad Soul does what he must to liberate Omikron forever. Written by Flotis

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Awesome game, here's why
3 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Omikron: The Nomad Soul will always be special to me. I got it when it was about 3 years old so I payed only a few bucks for it. I didn't expect that much from the game but I got a lot more than I expected. To my surprise the role you play in this game is the role of *you*. You are somebody playing Omikron. Not some super hero on a screen, you are you. Without going into further details, this changes the whole point of view and makes this game as realistic as it gets. Another thing about this great game is that it doesn't fit just one genre. There is role-playing, puzzling, 3rd and 1st person shooting, racing and even Tekken style fighting! Another nice thing in this game is David Bowie. He arranged the soundtrack for this game and even has a role in it. The soundtrack is very similar to Bowies album called "Hours...". All these things together made this a game I really loved to play and made quite an impression. Now this game is old and probably nobody will ever play it again and that's a shame. But that's the way things go with video-games...


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