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iREC

iREC

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A narcotics police officer invades a logistics company, suspected of drug trafficking. Looking for evidence, he discovers an even greater secret, and his mission now and leave the place alive. iREC presents moments of tension, with an incredible atmosphere of terror.
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A narcotics police officer invades a logistics company, suspected of drug trafficking. Looking for evidence, he discovers an even greater secret, and his mission now and leave the place alive. iREC presents moments of tension, with an incredible atmosphere of terror.
buy 4.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date16 января 2017 г.
DevelopersLabory
PublishersSA Industry
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Intel Core 2.3 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 MB
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
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  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 - 3.0 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: Version 11

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Reviews about the game

iREC17.01.2017

I was hoping this game would be good, but unfortunately, it's poorly made and bugged from the first 20 minutes of play. Constant 'ambient' noise was also annoying. Did not add to creep factor, just made me wanna mute the game and figure out the 'puzzles'. There was no music for the portion I played, just the noise of the character trudging through the office as loudly as he could. 0/10 Not worth the money until bugs are fixed and you can get past the first room. ***SPOILERS*** 10 minutes of my play was figuring out the password to the computers, which they give you if you press ESC and look in the corner. this seems like a large design flaw as not very many people immediately try to go to the pause menu for information. The other 10 minutes was trying to figure out why the access key card does not open the ONLY access door on the floor. after running around for 10 minutes checking everything else and finding nothing, and seeing other people have the same issues in the forum, I figured it was just bugged.

Left Gull
Left Gull
I don't recommend
iREC28.01.2017

Watch the full review here - https://youtu.be/RXeUOtLvOJY iREC is clearly made by a developer who wants to troll those looking for a horror experience, and make the 12 year olds on youtube laugh with enjoyment. The game is so inconsistent from all fronts. Front having poorly executed puzzles, to having random Hitler propaganda playing on a dvd player, to a secret message supporting Trump, to some random naked chick next to a dildo. Nothing makes sense, and not in the funny way. For a game trying to be a horror game, nothing is actually scary or gives the player a sense of dread. The game was made by a developer who is clearly out to garner the attention of loud mouth youtubers, and titillate the children that watch them. This is a horrible game and I hope the developer never makes another anything ever again. I'm going to refund this scummy game and spend it on some other most likely lackluster game... Do not waste your money on this armpit of a fraud...

Gigantic Hummingbird
Gigantic Hummingbird
I don't recommend
iREC21.08.2017

In iREC, you play as an unnamed narcotics police officer who has decided to completely bypass the usual protocol of waiting for a search warrant, and instead opts to go with the good 'ol illegal "break and enter" procedure to investigate a logistics company, AtlasLog, that is suspected of trafficking drugs. Though in reality, that's as much as the developer of this title gives in the way of story; only a handful of e-mails, none relevant to any sort of plot, are found within the actual game. Let's go ahead and get the good out of the way, because there's a lot of bad that we're going to have to cover here. iREC actually does have decent visuals and optimization. Running on my i7 6700k/GTX 1080 rig, I maintained a solid 130-144 FPS at all times in 1080p resolution, with graphic settings on high. The graphics and lighting are nothing to jump up and down about, but they do help set up a realistic tone and atmosphere for the 40-60 minute duration of this title. That's pretty well the extent of the good here, now on to the bad. While I'm all for a game with little to no handholding, the amount of cryptic and hidden-away puzzle solutions within iREC is absolutely unfounded. A large portion of the people who've played this title become stuck within the first few minutes, while others become permanently stuck due to glitches and bugs. All but one puzzle is numerical based, with the odd-man-out being of the circular match variety. Therefore, if you're not good with math and numbers, you're not going to have a good time; there is not something here for everyone. It's hard to even classify this title as 'horror', given that there are only two or three jumpscares throughout the entire game; the rest is just droning ambiance and darkened hallways. Now let's talk about the entirely irrelevant inclusion of pro-Trump, pro-Hitler, anti-gay propaganda. It's minimal, but it's there, and it's never out of the way to find. In fact, to progress in the early part of the game you must find a DVD; once you put it into the player, you will be greeted with an entire 7+ minute film of one of Hitler's speeches. Now, it would be more understandable to include some of these things if the antagonist was some Nazi skinhead fascist... but nothing ever eludes to that. There's really no plot at all, and the game has only two short, disappointing endings to boot. In short, don't support this garbage. Nothing here makes sense, and definitely not in a "oh that's so artsy fartsy and creative that it needs to be looked at from an artistic perspective" kind of way. It's full of prepubescent troll fodder, masquerading around as a "horror" game. There's nothing funny about millions of people who were violently killed after being put through hell on Earth, and there's nothing scary about this piece of soiled toilet paper. [h1]Rating: [b]0.5/5.0[/b] - Abysmal, avoid it like the plague.[/h1] The Horror Network [url=http://store.steampowered.com/curator/28221963/]Curator[/url] | [url=http://steamcommunity.com/groups/thehorrornetwork]Group[/url] Click for Gore

Great Impala
Great Impala
I don't recommend
iREC25.01.2017

Laughably short, puzzles barely make any sense. Not scary in the slightest. Avoid at all costs

Arrogant Locust
Arrogant Locust
I don't recommend
iREC14.10.2021

Played on Linux using Proton, Graphics are a bit poor, Sound was okay, Game play was okay'ish, Some puzzle where hard to figure out, Not really a horror Game and 1 or 2 possible jump scares, Did not make me jump but i can see others might jump at them, It's more of a room escape game but not limited to 1 room, I got 84 minutes out of the Game so that's a plus, if your clever and can figure out the puzzle's quick then your get about 40-50 Minutes i guess. I only Recommend the Game on Sale and if your looking for something to play.

Male Grasshopper
Male Grasshopper
I recommend
iREC23.07.2017

Terrible forced memes and hitler references, the only horror element is how cringey this game can get. Fuck you.

Civic Panda
Civic Panda
I don't recommend
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