Here you go, the launch trailer for Studio Mono’s impressive looking sci-fi RPG Insomnia: The Ark, set for a September 27 release on Steam:
I’m liking the Bioshock-like vibes pouring off this one and that third-person action viewpoint is also lovely to my action/RPG loving eyes. Of course, the proof will be in how it all plays plus the expected launch window patches that will no doubt beat up on any bugs that are guaranteed to be part of the initial experience. In fact, I’m instituting a new review policy where I’ll wait a few days to a week or two to review some games just because I know they’re going to ship with assorted imperfections great to small. I’m okay with that waiting, though because it allows for a more reliable and fair review over first impressions that pick at issues that end up getting squashed once a larger audience gets to attempting to break a game by looking for flaws.
The only thing I’m looking for is another solid game to play that captures my imagination and has me grooving on the lore, world building and role playing elements. That’s not too much to ask at all, right?