Considering David Cage's seeming obsession with photorealism, it's interesting to look back at this game from 1999 and its striking visuals. Set in an oppressive futuristic city, players control a variety of characters as they attempt to unveil the cities mysteries.
I didn't play Omikron back in 1999 and I'm glad to see GOG.com giving the game another lease of life. The game will cost you $9.99 and comes with the usual goodies although there's no soundtrack by Bowie and his in-game band The Dreamers, which is a shame.
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