Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead Review | Don't Drink Toilet Water


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Hey, hey, people. Sseth here. Today I'll be reviewing a game that's not often talked about. Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead. Have you ever been so thirsty you drink water straight from a toilet, only to catch ass parasites and die? Have you ever been so upset from getting caught in the rain that nothing could make you feel better, except a soothing shot of heroin? Have you ever decided to surgically implant yourself with bionics that allow instantaneous physical teleportation ... only to teleport inside a concrete wall and be crushed to death? All of these are distinct possibilities in Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead. Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is a turn-based sandbox roguelike set in modern times following a sudden apocalypse. As a grueling survival game with permadeath, Cataclysm pulls no punches in creating a tense and sometimes bleak setting. Yet despite all that, it's incredibly, incredibly fucking fun. Story: the best part about the story is that no one knows exactly what happened. (not even the devs) But i'll give a simple gist of it: while future governments are busy bickering and frightening eachother, the cataclysm hits, we get invaded by different extra-dimensional organisms vying for control of Earth.