“Outward”: A Journey Into the Depths of One’s Soul
Imagine waking up in a quest room where each chamber reflects the tragic and incredible moments of your life. Yes, folks, this is no joke. Meet “Outward,” a game featuring Yegor Zimin—an individual with an extraordinary backstory.
Who Is Yegor Zimin?
Yegor is an orphan, but not just any orphan. He’s the first person to undergo a “personality tuning” program. Now he serves as a role model for society: polite, composed, and rational. But how do you cope with a dark past when you’re so “perfect”?
Corporate Wars and a Flirtatious Mechanical Mouse
If you think that’s all there is, you’re mistaken. Yegor has to face corporate warfare and even a flirtatious mechanical mouse. Intrigued? Yes, the game promises to be riveting.
- Alternative post-Soviet setting from the 1990s to 2010s
- A blend of puzzles and walking simulation with elements of horror
- Original soundtrack by Russia’s best electronic duo
- Family-corporate drama performed by professionals from theater and cinema
So, are you ready to dive into this unique narrative? “Outward” offers not just a game, but a journey into the depths of your own soul. And as the game says, “You’re going to be blown away, I promise.”