A Paladin’s Screenshots: The Beauty of The Talos Principle. First Selection.
Here’s something for your Sunday.
Read my review on The Talos Principle here!
Been playing the Talos Principle pretty heavily for the past couple of months. It’s a longer puzzle game than I had expected, harder too. But I’ve been enjoying it quite a bit. What’s most surprising about it though is just how good it looks. Croteam clearly wants to show just how powerful the Serious Engine is and The Talos Principle shows it off very well. Here’s a selection of many screenshots I’ve taken. Technically, there are environmental spoilers but I’ll avoid showing how to solve puzzles or any story related content. Enjoy!
Good luck finding that friends. 😉
The Great Sphinx can be found.
There had to be at least one blue screen of death in a game about computers.
I’d live in that castle. Maybe.
Rainbow. Nothing special about it, but it exists.
Random numbers I found on rocks. No idea what they are in reference to.
Pretty interesting looking church, can’t enter it though.
Side shot of the Sphinx.
The game doesn’t start out small. This is the first world room you enter into. It’s quite the looker.
Ok…that…may be creepily close to accurate for me.
The Second World of puzzles to explore. Egyptian themed. Because Croteam.
An endless land.
You wouldn’t believe what it took to get this shot.
The Third World of Puzzles in a very Catholic Looking Church.
The laser puzzles get a bit tricky but are fun to look at.
Many of these stars were just difficult to obtain.
There is inclement weather too.
Plenty of nods to Portal can be found in this game. But while it may have some inspirations from the game, the puzzles feel unique to Talos.
One of the Heaven Gardens. More puzzles abound in them.
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