85/100 ‘’ Destination: Primus Vita is an enjoyable narrative sci-fi experience. It looks and sounds terrific as you investigate your environment, solve puzzles, dash through mazes, and navigate short conversations with your colleagues and friends.’’

IGN (greece)

8.5/10 ‘’THE VERDICT : Destination Primus Vita - Episode 1: Austin is the distillation of a lot of love and obvious experience from Epsilon Games dressed in an indie wrapper. It sets a strong foundation for a promising series. Well-written characters, interesting plot and gorgeous puzzles make the title memorable, while solving puzzles offers a solid dose of pleasure, regardless of the time you have to do to solve them. Their creativity is unmistakable. The graphics of the title, the design and the general feeling reminisce of a carefully designed dream.’’


‘’Destination Primus Vita’s first episode makes a strong impression, with a captivating story and puzzles that take some thought but aren’t too harsh. It provides a steady balance of narrative mystery and challenging quests, and I can’t wait to see what the other episodes will revea.l’’


79/100 ‘’ Destination Primus Vita – Episode 1: Austin is a little clunky and rough around the edges, and it is always a tragedy to play a good game that would have been mind-blowing if the developers had had unlimited funds. The puzzles, while usually fun, can sometimes detract from the central attraction, which is undoubtedly the story. However, when a game’s biggest flaw is that it could have been even better than it is, you know the developers are onto something. I thought the emotional arc of Austin’s story was fantastic, both narratively satisfying and visually stunning, and I personally look forward to playing the next chapter.’’


8.5/10 ‘’Destination Primus Vita is a really fun puzzle game with a good story. Episode 1: Austin has a really good start with Austin’s memories. Hopefully, more episodes of the game will come out with the view from the other characters and maybe NIM’s view. There is no saying yet to what the developers are planning for the next episode but it sure has us excited. Destination Primus Vita – Episode 1: Austin is certainly a game that should be on the must-have list for every puzzle game lover. Even if you don’t really like puzzles, the story of the game is really good so you should still give it a try and see if you like it.’’


4/5 ‘’Overall I would recommend a play through of this episodic adventure and could really seeing it develop over the future episodes. If you are a fan of this genre, puzzles games I give this a 4 out of 5 stars.’’


7.9/10 ‘’Overall, Destination Primus Vita’s first episode is a highly enjoyable masterpiece with a charming story, beautiful environmental design and cleverly designed puzzles. I can’t wait to meet the other five members of the crew since I feel so close to Austin now even though she is a cold-hearted smartass.’’


7/10 – GREAT ’’If you’re looking for storyline in addition to puzzles, this is definitely a good one. There are no bugs and the voice acting is great, which helps immerse you in the world. The first-person perspective also makes the exploration of both the scenes and the mazes more engaging than third-person would be. While it could do with a few more puzzles here and there, the premise is great and the characters are believable. Time will tell what the other episodes have in store, but this is a solid start to what promises to be an interesting series.’’


7.5/10 ‘’Destination Primus Vita – Episode 1: Austin is the beginning of what could become a very good sci-fi tale. There are no real problems with the gameplay, although it does play a very distant second fiddle to the story, often feeling like a distraction rather than essential to the ongoing narrative. We will have to see what the remaining episodes bring, but so far it is worth checking out Destination Primus Vita – Episode 1: Austin if narrative adventures are your thing.’’


3.5/5 ‘’In Destination Primus Vita you have a game of two parts; one part puzzler and one part narrative adventure. For a game made on a budget, it looks very well. The game is a neon-soaked dream-scape, impossible rooms fly in the face of Newtonian physics while you explore, interact and solve. The game is well voiced and well written. The characters have little in the way of animation, a cost-saving measure perhaps but it does add to the dreamy aesthetic. This first episode is an intriguing introduction to a story I find myself wanting to know more about. In that, we can gather the first episode has done its job.’’