First Class Trouble Review

Welcome aboard the ISS Alithea, where cocktails last longer than friendships, what seems to of been a luxurious vacation turns into First Class Trouble. Invisible Walls did a great job with giving us a more complicated survival game which would be loved by Among Us players, looking for a game that is a bit more complicated and challenging.

Aboard this luxury cruise ship you have discovered that amongst the survivors there are 2 Personoids who have been fooling you and taking the lives of those around you, in this game you can play as either the Personoid or survivor who need to find the keys and escape the ship before the Personoids take your life, but Personoids are clever human beings, they too can complete objectives, not just fake them, meaning you might have the most trust in the person who might just end up killing you. You will have the chance to throw someone into the airlock and release them into space after completing each floor, but if you saw a murder, why wait for the airlock, when you and your friend can team up to strangle the person who you believe might be the Personoid.

Outside of all the seriousness in the game, one can dance, drink and get so drunk that tasks become difficult, throw each other with champagne bottles, you can even customize your character as you unlock new clothing and customization options by levelling up in-game, but stay away from water, because you, as a fully grown man or woman cannot swim! and Personoid can use this to “accidentally” push you into the pool.

Personoids can also pick up a syringe which will kill a player immediately. As a Personoid you have special vision to see everyone through walls and have a separate comms channel where you can talk directly to your partner in crime without the survivors hearing you plot your schemes. Of course, nothing stops a Personoid from killing his own partner.

By completing tasks that involve teamwork it is easy to betray one another and ruin the friendship as you’ve deceived them throughout the game.

Final Thoughts: A new and more complicated look to the Among Us game that everyone knows and loves. The game itself is definitely more enjoyable and a lot more difficult as the “imposters” can hoodwink one a bit too much as they can assist with oxygen, get cards and do everything that you as a survivor can. We’re really looking forward to what the Devs have in store for the game as it progresses from the early access stage into the full game.

Good

  • Has a realistic feel with the personoids who can also do tasks
  • One can enjoy yourself in more ways then just surviving
  • Impressive graphics

Bad

  • There are sometimes glitches with certain tasks
  • Players cannot always hear you when you use Push to Talk
8.4

Great

Graphics - 8.8
Audio - 8.3
Gameplay - 7.1
Replayability - 9.4
Lover of MOBAs and FPS type games, very competitive type player who enjoys games that also has some complexity added to them, would spend hours on end farming on a game such as Warframe, BDO, Elite Dangerous or any other game in that line.

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