The First 15 Minutes of Subject 13 for the Xbox One

Subject 13 – The First 15

Publisher Microïds recently released Subject 13 on the Xbox One. The nostalgic point and click adventure game, developed by renown French video game creator Paul Cuisset (“Flashback”, “Future Wars”), is now available for only $6.99. We have been playing the game over the past few days and thought we would share with you the first 15 minutes of the game.

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In Subject 13, the player embodies Franklin Fargo, a discreet physics professor. Franklin leads a lonely and bitter life since Sophie, his fiancée, was violently killed. After a fall in a lake while driving his car, he wakes up in a scientific abandoned underground plant with only one link with the outside world: a voice that calls him “Subject 13”. His goal is to escape from this place where he is being held captive and to find out more about the reasons of his imprisonment.

Check out the first 15 minutes here:

Our man, Alex, reviewed the game last month and said this: “While Subject 13 is an interesting indie title to jump into, the finicky controls and lack of guidance can make this a game best suited for those with a lot of patience. Puzzles can seem logical but may be missing the simplest thing to actually solve and it’s easy to spend much more time than should be necessary to solve a part of the puzzle (I’m looking at you “Book of 100”). For gamers who love that satisfying sense of accomplishment when completing challenges of the mind, this would be a good title to pick up but for someone who wants a game to jump into from time to time this is going to get frustrating quickly.”