Absolutely amazing and revolutionary, Omikron has been underrated by many... maybe it has been misunderstood?
With outstanding graphics (for these times), great soundtrack with the collaboration of David Bowie, an extremely detailed plot full of unexpected disclosures and a polychrome gameplay, I am still asking to myself why it is so unappreciated.
The first time I played Omikron ---next to the release date of the game--- everything was stunning, from the acting to the interactions.
There are lots of characters and locations with an unique design and the mix of action, puzzle, adventure and fighting game is really engaging.
Some finds are actually hard to find in other games--- as the transition between different bodies, interactive restaurants and supermarkets, apartments to examine and many other things.
Even if something could look "old" in comparison to what we have now, playing Omikron is still a satisfying and amusing experience.