The Assembly

The Assembly (PS4)

2016

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
nDreams
Developer
nDreams

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 1

Our Review: 5/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Adventure
Release Date

PlayStation 4

  • 13th Oct 2016 (USA), $29.99
  • 13th Oct 2016 (UK/EU), £19.99
Feature Support
PlayStation VR, PS4 Pro Enhanced
Official Site
theassemblygame.com

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Reviews

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    Review The Assembly

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    We knew going in that the promise of Sony's cheaper PlayStation VR headset meant that the graphical output was going to be inferior to that of its competition. Even with this knowledge, some of the titles have been shockingly unimpressive. It's easier to work around the headset's lower specs when using abstract art...

About The Game

A mysterious organisation known solely as the Assembly has been conducting secret experiments underground, their astonishing breakthroughs only made possible by operating outside government scrutiny and society's morals.

But what is the Assembly hiding? How far will it go to keep its existence buried? And what will it sacrifice in the pursuit of progress?

Now, a chain of events threatens to expose this shadowy group. Play as two individuals – each with their own motivations – and discover the mysteries of the Assembly's facility through contrasting perspectives. Make tough decisions, overcome trials and shake the foundations of this enigmatic collective. Will your actions and their future repercussions save lives, or lead to catastrophe?

The Assembly is a first-person interactive drama for mature audiences, created from the ground up for virtual reality headsets. An experience with two sides to everything, where the truth is never clear, and a question is always left open: When does the end justify the means?