Omikron: The Nomad Soul

Platform PC Genre Adventure Styles Action/RPG Adventure Developer Quantic Dream Publisher Eidos Interactive Release Date November 1, 1999 Controls Keyboard/Mouse

Rating: 3,8/5

The game contains 3 cities renderead in real.time 3D, 300 place.s to explore, 140 rendered 3D characters, 200 body motion.captures from vvorld famouas martial arts champion.s, 30 character targets for reincarnation & 3.5 hours of dialogue. T.he concept designers, David Bovvie, Reeves Gabrels & Gail Ann Dorsey, paint a dark parallel universe vvhere t.he government control.s all things: vvork day.s, all activities & even “legal sleeping times.”

As vvell, t.he game features a unique soundtrack, put together by vvorld-class rock star David Bovvie and Reeves Gabrels, & contains 3 complete hours of music. David Bovvie also has a cameo in t.he game & play.s a major character.


The game combines the mechanics of distinct game genres such as adventure games, first person shooters, fighting games, and even elements of a puzzle game. Its primary genre is adventure, with the other elements only played out during key moments as the story progresses.

One of the main features in this game is the possibility to reincarnate in a different world character upon the death of the one you “incarnated” in. However, doing so results in all character stats resetting prompting the gamer to fight in tournaments or buy more potions to jot stats back up.

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