Everybody’s Gone to Rapture is a Science Fiction adventure game set in the 1980s and was developed by the Chinese room and published by PlayStation Mobile and uses the Cryengine 3
It soon becomes clear that the player is in a fictional deserted village named Yaughton in Shropshire, England, and must discover how everybody went missing. Mysterious floating balls of light swim around the air which lead the player or morph into human light shapes to depict various events in the village, all of which depict the lead-up to the events which caused the ‘rapture’.
There are five ‘areas’ in the game, each of which revolve around a different character, with the main protagonists being Dr Katherine Collins (Kate) and her husband, Stephen – both scientists at the observatory. During their work, Kate and Stephen encountered a ‘strange pattern’ which appeared to be an unknown form of life. They observed the pattern ‘infecting’ and sometimes killing other lifeforms. Kate concluded that the pattern was attempting to communicate with humans, ignorant to the harm that it was causing during her attempts to communicate with it. During this time, Stephen becomes convinced that the pattern is a deadly threat capable of destroying the human race.
This pattern spread beyond the observatory and infected the people and animals of the village. According to a recording of a local doctor, the symptoms were consistent with a brain tumour which caused cranial pressure leading to bleeding and ultimately their deaths. However, the doctor cannot explain the motes of light he detects within the blood.
The pattern appears to be infectious by contact only at first, but as the story progresses it is discovered that Stephen believes it has learned to adapt and can travel and infect through telephones, televisions, computers and radio waves.
Concerned that the pattern will spread further than the village, Stephen urges the local government to quarantine the area. Many of the villagers discuss people ‘disappearing’. Dead birds can often be seen lying on the ground. It is hinted in a conversation in the fourth area, in which Rachel states that there is dust all over Mrs Denton’s chalet, that the people who disappeared actually suffered from spontaneous human combustion.
During the game, the player can find bomb casings in various areas. We later learn that when Stephen urged the local government to quarantine the area, the government decided to nerve gas the village to contain the threat but it did not work.
In the bunker, Stephen states that the pattern has left the valley and spread all over. The pattern comes for him and he confronts it. He tells it that he has decided to set fire to himself, having doused himself in gasoline, to prevent being taken by it. However, before he can do so he says ‘Kate?’ as if having heard a voice, and Stephen stands, reaching out to something. The scene then fades out.
In the final part of the game the player is transported to inside the locked gates outside the observatory. The player makes their way up the hill to the top-most observatory and upon entering the final observatory sees the human light shape of Kate inside in the darkness making the last of the recordings heard throughout the game. She seems resigned to her fate. She turns and appears to reach out to the pattern coming down from above as it reaches out to meet her.
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CPU: Intel Core i5-4570T 2.9 GHz / AMD FX-6100 3.3 GHz
CPU Speed: Info
RAM: 4 GB
OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti / AMD Radeon HD 6850
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Free Disk Space: 8 GB
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