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3 Stupid-simple facts about Atomic Heart

Updated: Mar 18

Welcome to a utopian world of wonders and perfection, in which humans live in harmony with their loyal and fervent robots. Well, that’s how it used to be. With the launch of the latest robot-control system mere days away, only a tragic accident or a global conspiracy could disrupt it… The unstoppable course of technology along with secret experiments have brought rise to mutant creatures, terrifying machines and superpowered robots—all suddenly rebelling against their creators. Only you can stop them and find out what lies behind the idealized world. Using the combat abilities granted by your experimental power glove, your arsenal of blades and cutting-edge weaponry, fight for your life in explosive and frenetic encounters. Adapt your fighting style to each unique opponent. Combine your skills and resources, use the environment, and upgrade your equipment to overcome challenges and fight for good.

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Atomic Heart Facts

  1. Crazy Super Human Combat

  2. Your design and control your arsenal and equipment

  3. Blast giant machines and mutants using your multiple skills and advanced weapons

Atomic Heart In-depth reviews

Atomic Heart Customer reviews

Review posted on 02/27/23 by

I am a fan of "immersive sims," such as the BioShock series, System Shock 2 (I have not played the original System Shock"), Prey (2017), Singularity, and Dishonored.

"Atomic Heart" is exactly in that genre, and it accomplishes its mandate very well.

RPG upgrade elements? Check.

Weapon crafting and upgrades? Check.

Fun superpowers (e.g., Plasmids in BioShock, Neuromods in Prey)? Check.

"Play your own way" flexibility - i.e., melee focused, gun focused, stealth, etc.? Check.

Intriguing audio recordings to build the lore and atmosphere? Check.

From enjoyable exploration, resource management, puzzles, engaging combat, and boss battles, "Atomic Heart" has everything one could want in an immersive sim.

In short, if you liked BioShock, you will enjoy "Atomic Heart". It is enjoyable, addictive, and immersive; I give it my highest recommendation. 10/10.

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Review posted on 02/23/23 by

I love the game it is grate slow paint the combat is pretty good. Great graphics remind of Resident Evil in first person. But in a better way to me.

Review posted on 03/05/23 by

Loving this game, what ps5 was made for top notch design.

Review posted on 02/23/23 by

Amazing cinematics and everything it's amazing on it

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Atomic Heart Review

Review posted on 02/20/23 by IGN

There’s a lot to be said about unapologetically single-player games like Atomic Heart: its entire focus is on creating an intricate world for us to explore and discover for ourselves. An eye-catching blend of super-powered shooting and first-person puzzling, this is a lengthy, tough, and terrific-looking shooter that has us bathing in the blood and gears of elaborately designed enemies both biological and robotic and dispatching them with an impressive set of combat options. Granted, it’s not as clever as it thinks it is when dealing with melee combat or its typical fetch quests, and the story doesn’t quite stick its landing, but the journey from point A to point B is a sight to behold. Read full review on

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