• Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.
  • Paradise Lost: Screen zum Spiel Paradise Lost.

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12,49€ -34%
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  • Release: 24.03.2021
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Über das Spiel

Der Krieg dauerte 20 weitere Jahre lang an, bis die Nazis schließlich Atomraketen auf Europa abfeuerten. Als Folge dieser atomaren Katastrophe liegt das Herz Europas In Schutt und Asche. Welche Geheimnisse birgt dieses tödlich verstrahlte Land, das dem Rest der Welt unzugänglich ist?

Sie spielst als Szymon, ein 12-jähriger Junge, der gerade einen riesigen Nazi-Bunker entdeckt hat, als er nach dem Tod seiner Mutter durch das karge, nukleare Ödland Polens zog. Er ist auf der Suche nach einem unbekannten Mann aus einem Foto seiner Mutter. Wer ist dieser Mann? Wird es dir gelingen, ihn zu finden?

Steige in einen retrofuturistischen Bunker hinab, in dem fortschrittliche Technologie mit rätselhaften heidnischen slawischen Bildern verflochten ist, und erkunde unterirdische Stadt, die darin verborgen liegt. Decke die Geschichte des Bunkers auf – von seiner Eroberung durch polnische Rebellen, bis zum unvermeidlichen Schicksal seiner Bewohner. Was ist mit ihnen geschehen?

Aus der Einsamkeit des Bunkers heraus, nimmt ein mysteriöses Mädchen namens Ewa mithilfe der Bunker-Technologie Kontakt zu Szymon auf. Vielleicht weiß sie ja etwas über den Mann auf dem Foto. Wenn er sie findet, muss er vielleicht nicht mehr allein sein ...

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: i5
  • GFX: GeForce GTX 960
  • RAM: 4 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10
  • HD: 30 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • LANG: Englisch
  • CPU: i7
  • GFX: Geforce GTX 1060
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10
  • HD: 30 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • LANG: Englisch

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3 Produkte im Account
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840 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 15:09
ich mag es und es zeigt eine interessante Parallelwelt, wo der krieg weiter ging bis zur totalen Zerstörung.
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22 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.03.21 22:38
The atmosphere is good, and I love myself a good walking simulator, but Paradise Lost commits the cardinal sin of the recent artsy walking sim: untoggable headbobbing.

I don't know why the walking sim dev crowd so consistently seems to think that the field of view swaying left to right and up and down is increasing immersion, considering the human brain is hardwired to eliminate those motions in the perception of a healthy human.
A sizable portion of the potential playerbase (read: customers) are either irritated by it or get actually headaches or nausea from it, so a toggle (if not being Off by default) should be the absolute minimum of configurability.

Add to that that the protagonist has the walking speed of an old granny - even with run button pressed - and that their footsteps sounds like they are walking in combat boots twelve sizes too large for them. Which would explain the speed I guess but it still feels off.

Normally I'd make a forum entry instead of a review, giving the devs time to fix the issues. But according to the forums these problems were all brought up from the start of the demo phase, so I have no faith that they'll be fixed anytime soon.

I might return if it's eventually fixed.
But on release I can't recommend this on these simple technical issues that should be absolute standards for developers to adress: Don't include untoggable options that cause players physical discomfort just because you feel it's more 'immersive' that way.
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163 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.03.21 18:45
Paradise Lost, from a mechanical standpoint, is your average walking simulator. It is a fairly linear game that neither provides you with a ton of exploration nor stimulating puzzles that require you to rub some brain cells together. However, from a narrative standpoint, there are many things that Paradise Lost does right:

1) The environmental/world designs are simply awe-inspiring and truly evokes a sense of wonder. PolyAmorous created a believable world that truly feels like it had once been lived in and you can see the evidence and traces of the bunker's denizens. Certain points in the game will make you feel exactly what the Hobbits felt when they first saw Rivendell.
2) There is a compelling reason for your actions and your purpose in descending into the subterranean bunker. The game doesn't wrap itself around pretentious philosophical introspective mumbo jumbo like some walking sims do. Every bit of narrative or dialogue in this game is delivered to you straight.
3) The world 'lore' is fleshed out really well. Not only is this game pretty to look at, a lot of attention was paid to the lore of the world. As you explore new areas and read notes, you begin to understand when and how things started to fall apart, the emerging challenges, and the struggles and conflicts that arose as a result of leadership failing to address those challenges. But most importantly, Paradise Lost paints an incredibly compelling picture of what desperation looks like. A lot of questionable choices were made to resolve problems and the deeper you explore the bunker, the more you see 'scars' in the world that mark these drastic decisions made out of desperation.

Overall, I would recommend Paradise Lost for the price of $10 (promo sale). It should last about 3 hours. While I don't foresee it will have much replay value, I personally felt very engaged the first playthrough. The characters aren't exactly the best I've seen, but they aren't exactly lifeless either and the more you play, the more you start understanding who they are as people. A part of me does think that a lot of potential was not realized by turning this game into a walking sim, but nonetheless, I really do think the devs did a good job with this title and look forward to future titles that will also deliver this sense of wonder to me.
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227 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 11:21
Paradise Lost is a really good walking / exploration game.

At the beginning it felt a bit boring but then it got better and i wanted to figure out where the story leads me in the end.
The gameplay consists of just of walking around, opening doors, pushing a few buttons and reading notes. Nothing stressful or complicated.
There is no combat, jumpscares or any other kind of nonsense. It's also not scary, only the atmosphere can be a bit disturbing,

The game looks mostly really nice, not state of the art, but pretty to look at.
Shadows and lightning are often missing or far off being realistic, but the developers put many tiny artsy details into the game, sometimes hidden, sometimes obvious, that motivated me to keep an eye out for them.

It's great for screenshot addicts and also relaxing.

What i didn't like about it?
Well, there is no option to disable the subtitles, and they are also very huge.
Walking speed is rather slow, running, if you want to call it that, doesn't change much.
Animations feel a bit robotic.
The Game uses German words&phrases here and there, some of them are wrong or make no sense.
The voiceacting is not bad but there is room for improvements. Both the female and the male voiceactor(s) are not too bothered or enthusiastic about what's going on. Happy, sad, amazed, afraid... it all sounds exactly the same.

The game has multiple endings, and if you want to see them all, you have to replay the whole game from the start, because your saves get deleted after completing the game.

One Playthrough took me 3,8 Hours, I'll update the time to complete everything here once i'm done with all of the endings.

[h1] Overall Paradise Lost is one of the better walking simulator games.
The graphics are pretty, the pricing is fair and rational.
Only things you have to consider before buying are that the movement is really slow, so far you can't rebind the controls and you can't disable the (often distracting...) subtitles. [/h1]
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436 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.03.21 17:49
Have you ever wondered where the next BioShock game could take place? Paradise Lost won’t give you an answer to that, but it creates a vision so magnificent that I wish 2K Games used it for another installment of this cherished series…

If captivating story and fascinating world are the most important things you seek in a video game, then Paradise Lost is a must-have for you (the same applies if you simply like walking sims). Otherwise… well, I encourage you to give this title a try, nonetheless. The team at PolyAmorous has created a groundbreaking vision, one of the best virtual worlds I’ve ever explored. I believe it deserves to be recognized, even if there is barely any gameplay.

You can find my full review here: https://www.gamepressure.com/editorials/reviews/paradise-lost-review-wolfenstein-and-bioshock-walk-into-a-bar/zf3e7
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246 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.03.21 20:18
Paradise Lost is a game that was crafted with a strong message in it's core. The polish team from PolyA weave a landscape that shifts from the cold despair from Nuclear winter to the budding lush of an underground forest. I strongly suggest buying the game if you are on the lookout for a narrative experience that goes hand in hand with beautiful graphics.

9/10
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67 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.03.21 17:54
Been playing the game for over just a hour when I post it. The graphics and surroundings look as awesome as in the trailers and it has a somewhat spooky and abandoned vibe to it.

Keep in mind this is a story being told, not a sci-fi 360noscope shooter. For any history buff, alternate timeline fiend or someone who likes stories this is a must have. Also, it's just 8-ish euros now, which is a steal for this game.
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58 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 01:43
so normally i dont do reviews but i had to give my opinion,im still just starting the game and already hocked.
i see many comments about if i should refund and this is boring,walking simulator etc.
yes it is a walking simulator,yes this is boring if you dont like the atmosphere and the setting,so please avoid it honestly,if you are like me and love just staring at the architecture and everything around you for minutes and taking it very slow(literally you move like a snail)then give it a try
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