Want to play as a cosmic, surrealist detective? Genesis Noir’s got you covered
This looks great.
Genesis Noir is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
You play as a detective in a universe that’s part big-bang, part classic detective noir. It’s absolutely out of this world and the developing studios, Feral Cat Den and Fellow Traveller, released a new trailer for E3. Take a look.
Genesis Noir E3 2019 reveal trailer
I was lucky enough to play Genesis Noir at PAX East 2018 and it was a wonderful experience
At a show filled with tens of thousands of people, bustling crowds, and just human cacophony from all sides, Genesis Noir was completely transportive, pulling me directly into its world of profoundly cool aesthetic and clever puzzles, making me forget about everything else for a while. If that’s not the mark of a good game, I’m not sure what is.
If you like interesting gaming experiences, and you’re reading one of my articles so I’m assuming you do, you’re going to want to keep an eye out on this one. Genesis Noir was announced for a 2020 PC release, with other platforms unknown at this time. You can find out more at the Genesis Noir website.
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