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Robinson: The Journey

A first-person adventure game focused on exploration. The game was developed by the German team at Crytek (famous for the best-selling Crysis series) and designed to support virtual reality technology.

Adventure | FPP | science fiction | Oculus Rift | PlayStation VR | exploration games | virtual reality

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developer: Crytek

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Game mode: single player

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Robinson: The Journey for PS4 and PC is a first person adventure game focusing on exploration and designed to support the virtual reality technology (such as the Oculus Rift). It was developed by a German team Crytek, famous mainly for the Crysis series.


The story in Robinson: The Journey for PS4 and PC is set on an alien planet which combines prehistoric fauna (dinosaurs mainly) with tropical flora. Moreover, the surface of the planet is dotted around with remnants of an advanced race of intelligent creatures. The player is put into this environment in the shoes of a small boy - the only survivor of a spaceship crash. The player discovers a mysterious land, will often interact with the environment and have many adventures.

Technical aspects

Robinson: The Journey for PS4 and PC is powered by CryEngine as an official Crytek's product. This results in beautiful graphics overpowering the majority of games supporting the virtual reality.

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.Game may be frightening or scary for young children.Game contains depictions of violence.

System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

Minimum: Intel i3-6100 3,7 GHz, 8 GB RAM, graphic card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti / AMD Radeon RX 470 or better, 6,73 GB HDD, Windows 10

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