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Omensight: Definitive Edition Review

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Omensight: Definitive Edition

This is an amazing RPG mystery. The story will grow on you. It has beautiful looks and music. Don’t worry about the achievements, it will take around 11h to complete and has no missable achievements


Approximate amount of time to 100%: 11h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1, after completing the game you can go back to different acts
Is there a good guide available: You’ll find one here
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No, after you beat the game you can go back to whatever act you want to get the missing achievements
Grinding Achievements: a little bit, all the different combat moves, but it is not really a grind. Try to use as many as you can while normally play through the game and you’ll be done with almost all of those achievements which say “do this move X time”
DLC-Only achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No, you can play on the lowest setting and still get all the achievements.
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No

This game is amazing. In this game you’ll solve some mysteries. You’ll find one answer, but it will give you more questions. Piece by piece you’ll discover the whole story, and that nothing will be as easy and clear as you first thought.

First I wasn’t impressed with resetting the same day all the time, but you’ll learn the story from the perspective of all the different characters, and everyone has some new details to add to the story. The music and graphics in this game are so wonderful and with so much detail.

I was worried a lot during my playthrough if I would be able to get all the achievements. The game will warn you when you will enter a “point of no return” so I decided to get all the other achievements except the last two. After I beat the game I found out that you can go back into the game and even go back to earlier acts. So please don’t worry about missing some achievements as much as I did.

Most of the achievements are for the story, others are for doing different combat moves. The most challenging ones are special moves while in combat. like kill 2 enemies with a falling pillar. Gladly they downgraded this achievement, in an earlier version it was kill 4 enemies with one falling pillar. The achievement for doing 2 lethal furry moves within one second after each other gets a lot easier when you level up till the point the lethal furry only costs 2 energy instead of 4.

This is an amazing game, give it a chance and first experience the story while not being too worried about the achievements!



This review is written on 17 July 2019 based on the Steam version which has 34 achievement when I write this review. The information can be outdated when developers add or remove achievements.