8 feb. 2024

It’s amazing that an experience so weird can have such production values. Beautiful visuals, nice animation work, excellent voice acting. (The nun sounds oddly posh, but I suspect it may be a deliberate choice.) The chase sequences rely too much on trial-and-error, and the game forgot about my gamepad after my first death, but it’s a must-play. From a small Russian studio that left the country in protest of the war.

INDIKA on Steam

Play a third-person, story-driven game set in alternative Russia of the late XIX century where religious visions clash with harsh reality. INDIKA tells the story of a young nun who sets off on a journey of self-discovery with the most unusual companion by her side, the devil himself.

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