This game is an adventure game whereby you choose difference options, and depending on which options you choose, the outcome changes.
The game's world is interesting. The game is set sometime in the near future when there is perennial rain due to the effects of global warming. This gives the game it's gritty atmosphere.
You play Luke Black, a programmer for Nanotech. The game revolves around the character called Tanya as she waltzes into Luke's flat one day. As well as Tanya, Luke has to fight off dealing with such things as: work; his partner of ten years, Helen; and his friend Tom.
The music is suitable for the mood of the game, but most of the female speech recordings have static on them, which takes the player away from actually being a part of the world the game creates. This is annoying and gets you back to thinking you are actually playing a game instead of escaping from the world around you.
The game has a lot of re-play value due to 24 different endings. Indeed, if you make different choices, you hear different dialogue and the story progresses in another way. It is interesting to replay the game several times just to see the other outcomes. So far I have reached about 8 or 9 of them. So still a long way to go to complete the game fully. Some of these memorable endings are automatically saved by the game and can be accessed at any time.
Overall, a good, fun purchase for a couple of hours. Just don't expect anything perfect.