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As is typical of point-and-click adventures, Resonance's gameplay revolves around using and/or combining objects in order to overcome obstacles. Unlike most games in the genre, however, the player is given control over four characters who may be directed in teams or as a group. Read More →
Resonance begins with what seems to be a series of concurrent terrorist attacks around the globe. Time is then reversed 60 hours. Four characters, a scientist, a medical doctor, a journalist and a detective attempt to discover the truth about the mysterious death of a cutting edge physicist and his life's work. Read More →
The 16-bit graphics are quite pleasing to the eye, but it is the still art in some of the menus that really impressed me. The conveyance of horror, despair, terror and fury is absolutely electric. Read More →
The music in Resonance is not unappealing, nor does it stand out. It blends into the background so well, I hardly noticed it was there. Read More →
Not all of the achievements are accomplishable in a single playthrough and there is an option to play the game with developer commentary, but that's as far as the replay value goes. Read More →
Resonance will take roughly 7-10 hours to finish (non-completionist style). For the quality of the game and it's price of $9.99, I think it's worth every penny.4 Read More →