Norman's Great Illusion xbox one

Norman’s Great Illusion is looking to deliver an eye-opening and thought-provoking experience, which questions your morals on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch. 

Hot on the heels of Steam Tactics and Escape from Tethys, publishers Sometimes You have released the intellectual visual novel Norman’s Great Illusion on the aforementioned platforms. It’s an attempt to discover how individually good and generally peace-loving people merge well into society, but then simply allow the coming to power of forces that completely oppose all of their principles and goals. Now that’s pretty deep, we’re sure you’ll agree. 

You’ll have to step into the shoes of an engineer who works at a plant in a pixel art world, with decisions needing to be made throughout an entire year of his life. These aren’t easy choices though, instead they will test your morals and make you pay for each one. Through different decisions, up to seven alternate endings can be attained, adding replayability to proceedings. 

Should Norman’s Great Illusion tick a few boxes in regards to what you’re looking for from a new game, then take a short journey to the Xbox Store and pay the required fee of £4.19. If you want it for a different console, be aware it’s also available via the PS Store and Nintendo eShop. Let us know how you get on with it!

Game Description:

In “Norman’s Great Illusion” you have to live a year as an engineer at the plant in the face of rising social tensions. Make difficult decisions, but keep in mind: you will have to pay for each choice. Have you ever wondered why, individually good and peace-loving citizens, merging into society, allow the coming to power of forces that have diametrically opposed their principles and goals? “Norman’s Great Illusion” is our attempt to talk about this phenomenon. Features: – moral choices – 7 different endings – 2 mini-games – stylish pixel art graphics

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