Both stealth games and cyberpunk theming have been pretty popular in more recent years, and Disjunction does an admirable job of bringing together these two great tastes to make something pretty appealing, even if its stealth segments can’t quite stay fresh over its handful of hours. While the story borrows familiar elements from other narratives, whether futuristic or some classic noir tropes, the dialogue often gives you just enough room to enjoy yourself rather than merely be a passive observer. The main draw though are the missions you’ll go on, trying your best to do things quietly and cautiously, but being ready at any moment for it all to go south and getting your hands dirty. This makes for some great moments of tension, and a certain degree of observation and strategy, if you’re invested in not always having things devolve into a bloody mess as guns begin to blaze, especially since you’ll usually be outnumbered unless you’re careful. It won’t take the world by storm on any front, but it is a solid stealthy experience nonetheless.
Justin Nation, Score: