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NOWHERE A Holistic First Person Experience Has A New Trailer

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Still in early alpha stage, NOWHERE aims to be a holistic first person experience set within a mystic cosmos, focusing on emergent player-driven storytelling, strong social AI and high replayability through the use of procedural content, combining gameplay elements of exploration, survival, strategy, communication and adventure.

It's a bit...odd, but the right kind of odd mind you!

Check out the new trailer

NOWHERE - Trailer December 2013 from Leonard Ritter on Vimeo.



Are you as confused as I am? Good.

It looks like it could be quite interesting, the visuals certainly do grab you and I hope there is a lot to explore and discover, could be an awesome exploration game.

The game is on sale right now, you can pick up the cheapest version for $21 as opposed to $35 through their Humble Store widget on their buy page.
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scaine 30 December 2013 at 8:26 pm UTC
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You know, having spent a bit of time researching this for the Funding Crowd, and now seeing this new video, I still have no idea what this game is going to be!
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