Echo

It’s time to re­flect

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Newly in­die ex-Hit­man dev Ul­tra Ul­tra will make you think care­fully about ev­ery­thing you do in this shooter, as your ac­tions di­rectly in­flu­ence your en­e­mies, aka Echoes. Run and they’ll speed up. Sneak and you won’t see them com­ing. Thank­fully, they reg­u­larly ‘re­boot’, giv­ing you a break be­fore they start learn­ing again.

“You will def­i­nitely have to stay dy­namic in your play-style,” warns game di­rec­tor Mar­tin Em­borg. “But that will soon feel nat­u­ral as you set­tle into the rhythm of the game, so to speak. I re­ally feel like Echo is a game that makes you think in a very dif­fer­ent way about your choices.” Con­stantly switch­ing up play-styles means no one is go­ing to be in their com­fort zone for long.

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