The Solus Project
Family Friendly Gaming was provided a digital download of The Solus
Project on the Xbox One. This survival video game with horror elements
was a 6.8 gig download. I hoped to be able to play it immediately like
putting in a game disc, but it took hours to download. Makes me think of
why physical copies of video games are better. Especially when they are
so huge. It let me start early, and I was able to create a character.
That was it.
The Solus Project takes a long time to load as well. The planet is large but we can not go anywhere we please from the start. I saw this island after my ship crashed and tried to swim out there. The Solus Project would not let me. I got hypothermia and died. In fact expect to die early and often in The Solus Project. From starvation, dehydration, heat stroke, broken bones, and more. It is really easy to die in The Solus Project. I nicknamed this game - die everywhere.
With such a large planet and all kinds of different weather patterns, I would have hoped it would have more than one set path to victory. I wanted to go and Minecraft The Solus Project. Sadly The Solus Project would not let me do it. The graphics are nice looking in The Solus Project. The game told me this planet was unihabited. That was obviously very wrong. I loved The Solus Project telling me I let down the entire human race over and over again. Thank you for making me feel like a heel.
Some of the bad content found within The Solus Project is blood, false worship, dead bodies, violence, scary moments, dark areas, and more. The more I played The Solus Project the more things I got. Like a teleporter, and temporary immunity to things that could kill me. There are choices in The Solus Project that will impact the game play. I experimented with them since death happened so often in this home console video game.
The words in The Solus Project are really small. I guess that is one of those PC things that was ported to the Xbox One. Tornadoes, earthquakes and meteor showers are a strong part of The Solus Project. The controls in this home console video game were confusing to me at first. I did learn how to play this survival game after finding all of the things not to do.
- Teen Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 40%
System: PC/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Grip Digital
Developer: Teotl Studios
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
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