Twelve Minutes Mystery Comes to PlayStation and Switch on December 7th
If I could turn back time
Annapurna Interactive, with developer Nomada, announced a release date for the PlayStation and Nintendo Switch ports of its Chrono-Chaotic Murder Mystery Twelve minutes, following its recent release on Xbox and PC. The strange and very The “interactive thriller” that divides will be available for purchase on older platforms from December 7th.
Twelve minutes is the story of a man seemingly caught in a time loop, forced to relive the horrific murder of himself and his wife by a “police detective” invading the house over and over again. As the story unfolds, the player is forced to use experimentation and adaptation to prevent the horrific event from happening, ultimately reshaping fate itself and breaking the loop. As you would expect, however, there is a long way to go, far more to this strange turn of events than it seems.
Longest in development, and featuring voice over talent from Daisy Ridley, James McAvoy and Willem Dafoe, Twelve Minutes Critics and gamers were hugely divided on the release, finding themselves on many lists of Best of the Year nominations, although they are criticized by some for its repetitive nature, narrative twists, and unfinished concept fulfillment. . The game is clearly inspired by several stellar movies – with its press release that verifies the name The shiny rear window, and Memento in one sentence – but it looks like the end product did not meet its lofty aspirations for some players and critics, while simultaneously receiving plenty of applause and praise from others.
You can find out for yourself, if you wish, when Twelve minutes launches for PlayStation and Nintendo Switch on December 7th. It is already available for purchase now on the PC and Xbox platforms.