Russians know a thing or two about horror, having lived through it in real life for the better part of their lives. This is why 'Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason' has a pretty good shot at being the sort of atmospheric gem you might actually be happy to get your hands on.
As a matter of fact, according to X-Play reviewer Jason D'Aprile:
"In this day and age of name-brand horror, it’s rare to find a completely unheard of title creep out of the ether and prove that the genre still has plenty more to offer. Yet Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason on the PC does exactly that. Part first-person shooter and part brooding, atmospheric adventure game, it’s a slow-paced, yet remarkably involving game that’s hard to compare to anything else."
Read the rest of the written review and watch the X-Play video review here.