The Talos Principle was released on December 11, 2014 by Devolver Digital. The game was developed by Croteam. The Talos Principle is a puzzle game presented from the first person perspective. The game can also be switched to the third person perspective.
Unlike many games today, The Talos Principle has lots of puzzles for the player to solve. The game story is also remarkably good and the ambient soundtrack is well suited..
The Talos Principle borrows heavily from Portal for it’s puzzles, despite not having a central innovative game mechanic. Story-wise, it goes into hardcore philosophy concepts in a surprisingly legit way for the developers of Serious Sam.
This game is very casual and the player under no time pressure to do anything. At first the storey is not very clear but as the player progresses it becomes more apparent. This game rocks a whopping 129 puzzle levels, enough to keep you busy for several hours! The trickiest part is the bonus “Star Sigils” that are hidden or hard to reach, and in order to do that you have to think outside the box and interact with items from different puzzles at once to obtain them.
Expect to spend upwards of 20 hours with this game. If you read all the data terminals it will take much longer.
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This game need a X2 processor and 2GB of memory. A GTX 260 would be a good choice for this game. More recent cards would allow for enhanced graphics to be turned up.