The Bradwell Conspiracy is like a who’s who of British celebs - Jonathan Ross, Charlie Brooker- it actually threw me a little. On the whole, though, the ambience of Bradwell Electronics, combined with the subtle original score and some solid voice acting combines to be a delight on the senses.
From an artistic concept standpoint, The Bradwell Conspiracy is outstanding, but it's constantly marred by a dodgy frame-rate.
The Bradwell Conspiracy is a game that nails the concept somewhat but fails on execution, let down by some fiddly controls.
A fairly arbitrary puzzler that's complemented by a great narrative and some cool, unique mechanics. It’s a short affair, but don’t let that put you off.
They're alright. Far too many collectibles for our liking, though. Most are connected to story progression, while two 150G achievements are related to a choice between dogs and cats.