Routine: sci-fi horror game gets creepy alpha footage

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 26 June 2013 09:07 GMT

Routine is the sci-fi horror game from four-person team Lunar Software, and it’s a bit like Amnesia in a moon-base with guns. Whatever you call it, it’s pretty freaky, and we’ve got alpha gameplay footage to prove it. Venture onward if you dare.

The game features a perma-death system, random enemy placement and an open world to explore from the start. It also doesn’t have a HUD and supports Oculus Rift.

What do you think of the footage? Let us know below.

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