Tunguska: The Visitation Release Date PC
Tunguska: The Visitation is an action game developed by an independent studio Rotorist Worksho. The game was inspired by the iconic S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series.
On June 30, 1908, a powerful explosion took place on the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in central Siberia, seen within a radius of 650 kilometers from the place of the event and heard at a distance of 1000 kilometers. The explosion not only knocked down trees within a radius of 40 kilometers but also caused an extremely strong shock felt around the globe. To this day this catastrophe remains largely a mystery, which was used by the devs of Tunguska: The Visitation.
The game takes us to an alternative reality in which the area of the meteorite impact (which is the most probable solution to this puzzle) has been transformed into a Zone contaminated with radiation. The area is riddled not only with ruins, unexplained anomalies, and mutated creatures but also with valuable artifacts. It is the presence of the latter that causes the borders of the zone to be crossed by subsequent daredevils, counting on the possibility of quick (but not necessarily easy) money. One of the people who succumbed to this kind of "gold rush" is the main character of the game.
In Tunguska: The Visiation the action is observed from a camera hanging over the head of the protagonist. During the game we traverse various locations, between which we can only travel after discovering special routes enabling for safe crossings. Due to the fact that there are several conflicting factions with different goals in the Zone, in the course of our adventure we often have to make morally ambiguous choices; additionally, choosing one side of the conflict over another often blocks our access to some of the tasks that we would receive from another group.
An important role is also played by combat - the battles take place in real-time, and the opponents (both people and mutants) are eliminated primarily with the use of firearms. In the game there is also place for survival aspects - for example, it is necessary to carefully manage our equipment, whose amount is strictly limited.
Stylistics of the three-dimensional visuals of Tunguska: The Visitation evoke striking associations with the visuals of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.; the devs use not only very similar color palette - also the buildings look familiar, for example. However, the whole thing only represents a decent level of quality.
Game mode: single player
Expectations: 6.1 / 10 based on 8 votes.
Age restrictions Tunguska: The Visitation: 18+
Tunguska: The Visitation System requirements
PC / Windows
- Intel Core i7
- 4 GB RAM
- graphic card 2 GB GeForce GT 1030 or better
- 5 GB HDD
- Windows 7/8/10 64-bit